Direct Routing for Teams

Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams

How do you call from Microsoft Teams? The answer is simple: Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams. Begin using Microsoft Teams’ call functions with your own telephone numbers by using Direct Routing from GlobalConnect. We enable your numbers to be included in Microsoft's future unified communications solution.

Telephony with Microsoft Teams

Calling in Teams allows for the basic telephone system functions, such as answering and making calls. In addition, you can also put calls on hold, forward, make simultaneous calls, leave voicemails and view a call history.


More advanced features are continuously being added by Microsoft.

When you call with Microsoft Teams, calls are supported by the Phone System software (formerly known as Cloud PBX), which is the same service in Office 365 that enables PSTN calls in Skype for Business Online.

 

Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams

With Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams, we help you move your phone numbers into the cloud, so you can start using Microsoft's new unified communications solution to the full. When you choose us as your provider, it's not hard to get started. As a telecommunications company, we have the experts, the experience, the certifications (including SIP Trunk), the technology (including session boarder controller) and the contacts to the country's best system integrators within Microsoft's Phone System.

GlobalConnect - your local telephone company with international connections

As Denmark's largest provider of data centre solutions, we have a lot of experience and know-how regarding both physical and digital security. We also have the capacity to match even the most demanding technical solution. You neither need to spend time on the day-to-day operation of your solution. You can instead spend your time focusing on the development of the business or to handle the other developmental tasks which return real value. If everything else has moved to the cloud anyway, why not take the final step with your telephony as well?

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Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams

How do you call from Microsoft Teams? The answer is simple: Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams. Begin using Microsoft Teams’ call functions with your own telephone numbers by using Direct Routing from GlobalConnect. We enable your numbers to be included in Microsoft's future unified communications solution.

Telephony with Microsoft Teams

Calling in Teams allows for the basic telephone system functions, such as answering and making calls. In addition, you can also put calls on hold, forward, make simultaneous calls, leave voicemails and view a call history.


More advanced features are continuously being added by Microsoft.

When you call with Microsoft Teams, calls are supported by the Phone System software (formerly known as Cloud PBX), which is the same service in Office 365 that enables PSTN calls in Skype for Business Online.

 

Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams

With Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams, we help you move your phone numbers into the cloud, so you can start using Microsoft's new unified communications solution to the full. When you choose us as your provider, it's not hard to get started. As a telecommunications company, we have the experts, the experience, the certifications (including SIP Trunk), the technology (including session boarder controller) and the contacts to the country's best system integrators within Microsoft's Phone System.

GlobalConnect - your local telephone company with international connections

As Denmark's largest provider of data centre solutions, we have a lot of experience and know-how regarding both physical and digital security. We also have the capacity to match even the most demanding technical solution. You neither need to spend time on the day-to-day operation of your solution. You can instead spend your time focusing on the development of the business or to handle the other developmental tasks which return real value. If everything else has moved to the cloud anyway, why not take the final step with your telephony as well?