IMPROVEMENT TO SKYPE
Skype should undergo ongoing changes to constantly improve the reliability, scalability, and functionality of the everyday Skype experience. Peer to Peer (P2P) in a mobile
Skype relied on their users’ computers to do much of the heavy lifting. These computers were typically desktop PCs connected both to power outlets and to the Internet at all times and provided the processing power and connectivity to support Skype’s peer-to-peer (P2P) capabilities. In today’s devices and services world more and more people choose to use Skype from devices like smartphones and tablet PCs that rely on battery power, that on average have less processing power than modern desktop computers, and that are not physically or permanently connected to the Internet. This shift in the way people use Skype has required to enhance Skype’s P2P connectivity as well as conserving battery and processing power, while delivering even more of the functionality and reliability that our users expect. Skype clients will continue to evaluate bandwidth, connectivity and firewall settings to select the most appropriate path for the call and continue to connect devices for P2P calls across the Internet so that users get audio and video connections that ‘just work’. As Skype continue on this journey, these new technologies are helping to drive improved battery life and improved connections making Skype as a whole more resilient and providing a platform for exciting new features. Introducing new features
Skype have to introduce exciting new features such as video messaging which lets you catch up whenever or wherever the users are, connecting the users with the special people in their life even when their schedules conflict. Skype should invest in bringing new Skype scenarios online, putting the people who matter most to the users just a click away. For example, in Outlook.com the users are enabled to connect through Skype without leaving your browser. Improving registration and...
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