Two years ago, Microsoft announced that it would withdraw Skype for Business Online on July 31, 2021, that is today.
The company is known to promote the Teams application as the successor to Skype for Business and urges organizations to change to its latest application as soon as possible.
As mentioned above the company from Redmond promotes the Teams application for businesses lately but and for ordinary consumers. Definitely has a reason to do so:
Its new software will be integrated into Windows 11 and will be there for everyone. Microsoft plans to switch from Skype for Business Online to the Teams app in October 2017.
The company posted instructions for those interested in learning how to transfer meeting data and contacts from Skype for Business Online to Teams.
As of today, Skype for Business will not be accessible, but Skype consumer service, Skype for Business Server, and the Skype for Business Online variant running in China Sovereign Clouds Instance will continue to operate normally.