I'm trying to figure out which user we should use for Skype videoconferencing in out meeting and conference rooms. All users have an Office 365 business premium account. Note: We're not using roaming profile on the AD network.
When a user send a Skype meeting invitation, then days later he'll go in the meeting room where our Atlona SW-510W is used with a Yamaha video camera and speaker and mic bar on the wall. The PC is connected to the TV.
The user will use the PC that is already in the meeting room, not his laptop most of the time.
This PC has a default user (the name of the meeting room.
If the user uses the default user (it's easier he doesn't have to login, find icons and everything and office 365 is already activated but not with the user account but with the meeting room account (which is a full o365 account not a equipment account) Most users are trying to find the reunion, not realizing (even if they should know we have told them but some will forget, or they're in a hurry and so on) they have to login on o365 with their own users.
And most of the time they don't have much time.
So I think it would be easier if each user would use their own account. But they will have to activate O365, and O365 cannot be activated on more than 5 PC. If they visit 20 meeting rooms in a year I don't think they can activate as many O365 on different PCs
QUESTION: what is the most commun way to use skype or any other conferencing tool in a meeting or conference room ?