Armour Communications has announced its integration with Skype for Business. Armour Mobile is now able to connect to Skype for Business using standard Cisco SIP-based technology enabling Armour users in the field or overseas to communicate securely using voice and video with corporate Skype installations.
David Holman, a director at Armour Communications commented; “Armour Mobile is the first fully secure mobile communications platform to provide integration with a unified communications service, including conferencing. Skype for Business is a popular choice with customers and we are now able to extend its use by offering Armour Mobile users integration with the service wherever they are in the world. This enables our customers to participate in secure audio and video conferencing and call Skype for Business users from their Armour Mobile app.”
Armour ensures security and privacy of calls to Skype for Business users by linking calls to a Cisco Meeting Server (previously known as Acano), via the Armour Connect Gateway. End users of Armour Mobile can be deployed remotely by simply downloading the app and activating it. Users can be activated securely ‘over the air’ and up and running within minutes.
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