Skype is the most widely accepted video conferencing and video chatting platforms. In 2003, Skype was released and today millions of people use Skype on a daily basis. The service promises to keep all communication encrypted; thereby ensuring the security of the system. The network of Skype is operated by Microsoft and the Skype division headquarters is in Luxembourg. Skype also allows for free credits making it the right place for its large user-base.
Although a little late, the awaited day has come to be. On a recent post in freeskypecreditsgiveaway.com, the officials have revealed the announcement of the tie up between Skype and Xbox. Microsoft had promised to join these two forces in 2011. It was earlier announced that Skype would be merged with the next system Xbox One. Back in 2011, Microsoft had thought of collaborating with Xbox when it initially bough out the online communication company. However, when the Xbox 360 was released it had no sign of Skype joining in. Skype is unveiling its path to integration with Xbox One.
The powerful usage of voice over IP protocol programme has been realized by various schools all over the world. Previously Skype was only used as a communicating platform with the support of internet. Utilizing Skype for educational purposes has proved a genius move. It is now commonly used by schools to communicate with other schools from geographically far off locations. This new approach helps students in completing lessons faster and with wider perspectives.
The Indian government is expected to demand the owners of Skype, Microsoft to set up more Skype servers in the country. The officials in India are finding it difficult to monitor the user communication because of the concealed structure of Skype. The country is facing numerous terrorist attacks and thereby more servers within the borders would allow the authorities to have proper control over user communication. The monitoring of communication between various users internally and externally can trace plans of terrorists and that is why India wants more Skype servers.