Jabra has announced that its new Jabra Stealth UC Bluetooth mono headset – a Unified Communications (UC) enhanced version of its original Jabra Stealth, is now certified for Skype for Business.
The Jabra Stealth UC is both discreet and easily portable – providing a true hands and hassle-free experience. Adding the Skype for Business certification to the feature list, Jabra Stealth UC/MS is the perfect all-in-one choice for everyday work use with a smartphone, tablets or laptop – by simply inserting the pre-connected USB dongle. Jabra Stealth UC together with Skype for Business connects people everywhere to achieve more, together.
“The Jabra Stealth UC headset allows the mobile worker to gain the full benefits of their mobile devices and their UC solutions, by bridging the gap between the user and the promise of increased efficiency and flexibility and allowing the user to stay in their conversation zone all day – everywhere.” says Nigel Dunn, Managing Director, Jabra UK & Ireland.
“Jabra is excited about the announcement of Skype for Business as it aligns with Jabra’s New Ways of Working Vision which advocates using Jabra technology to improve collaboration and productivity. With the transition from Microsoft Lync to Skype for Business, Jabra is also pleased to announce that our entire portfolio of audio devices are certified Skype for Business and set to support the collaboration needs of our joint customers and partners”, Nigel adds.
To ensure that Jabra Stealth UC meets all the demands of the flexible worker, Jabra has developed the headset in close collaboration with customers and partners such as Microsoft.
“We are pleased to see Jabra deliver Jabra Stealth UC/MS solutions for Skype for Business to extend the communications experience and connect people everywhere to achieve more, together, said Giovanni Mezgec, GM, Skype for Business Product Marketing at Microsoft.
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