in our small company we ruminate about using Skype for our internal communication and also for calling in our country (Czech republic, fixed lines + mobile calls). But we require solution usable not only for Windows but also especially for Linux and ideally also for Mac.
I am not sure which possibilities could Skype give to our company:
1) Business version (with Skype Manager) is available only for Windows? Am I right?
2) What about using standard Skype applications (versions for Windows, Linux and Mac) and subsequently using premium accounts for everyone with prepaid calls in our country? Is it possible to use premium account for all platforms?
Thank you for advice.
09-03-2012 10:37 - edited 09-03-2012 10:41
1. AFAIK Skype does not have a "business version" - you would still
run the same old program.
By the way - Skype Manager is a web application and it should run on anything with a browser. So managing your resources should not have any platform depenencies.
2. Skype for Linux supports the standard paid calling - skypeout, skypein, forwarding etc (but not group video). I'd assume the Mac version does also.