1. Install a Client onto your device
You can install a Skype for Business client on your PC and mobile devices, download instructions and links are included within the installation guides Click on an installation guide below to help you install and setup your PC & devices. If you have a UDS PC/Laptop, the software should already be available on your machine to install, click here for instructions on how to install Skype for Business on your UDS PC (Sunderland Campus Only), if you are using a managed PC/Mac in London Campus or Hong Kong please contact your local IT Support for details on how to get the software.
Installation Guide (PDF)
|iPhone & iPad|
|Windows Home PC (non UDS PC)|
|PC Web App Installation|
**There are some differences between Skype for Business clients, check the Microsoft client comparison chart for details: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn933896.aspx
2. Check what equipment and network speed you need to use Skype for Business
The table below indicates the network speed and equipment you need to use Skype for Business. Click on the picture to check your current network speed.
For telephony/audio, any standard headphones with microphone will work (i.e. headphones that you got with an iPhone), just plug them into the headphone socket on your PC/Laptop.
For a list of approved webcams, headsets and conferencing devices to purchase visit the Skype for Business Recommended Equipment List page.
3. Sign-in and start using Skype for Business
Click on the links below for guidance on using Skype for Business.
Windows Desktop Guides
Getting Started - Videos
Getting Started Guides - (PDFs)
|What is Skype for Business|
Note: It's highly recommended that you review your meeting options each
time you create a Skype Meeting using Outlook,click here for guidance.
|Adding Meeting Requests & Joining Meetings|
|Managing Meetings||How to make Video Calls and change Video Settings|
Tablet and Phone Guides
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