Tuesday 28 January 2014

Web Conferencing Reviews

Web Conferencing Reviews
Pick up the phone. It’s Rajit from sales again. Yes, he’s trying to explain his idea for integrating marketing with finance. Again. See, he spoke with Juliette and she thinks it’s a good idea. She had a good few things to say about it, but Rajit can’t quite remember what they were. Anyway Yoshi suggested that you should all get together to discuss it properly, face to face. Only problem is you’re all rather busy, and you all live in different parts of the world! Now normally this would mean you’d all have to set aside a week in your diaries, each travel to a common place, discuss it, and then report back to your department. Well, put away those stress balls and get ready to pencil back in all those other arrangements that you’d wiped from your diary, because web conferencing can help solve all these problems.

Web conferencing is essentially an online meeting. You simply set up a meeting time and your colleagues join in using their computer and microphone (or in some cases a telephone). But it’s not only for business meetings; you can also use it for hosting seminar groups or simply to talk to family and friends who are elsewhere. Aside from just talking to one another, a number of web conferencing services also allow you to see each other using web cams, to share files - such as photos or projects - and to work collaboratively on them. So just imagine that you, Rajit, Juliette and Yoshi (since you’re all best friends now, right?) need to talk this big merger over but you also want to show them a few statistics on graphs you’ve produced, as well as a video you found which helps to explain some of the difficulties. No problem! If you choose the right web conferencing service for you then all of this is possible, and more.

We’ve tried out a large range of services that are available to help you decide which one might be the best one for you, and our findings are lovingly written in a series of web conferencing reviews. We’ve taken all the most important elements into consideration, not simply the price but also the reliability of the service and the features it has to offer. If you’re in a bit of a hurry then we’ve arranged our reviews based on how highly we rate them using a star ratings system, but if you have a little more time to look at the costs, features, and various pros and cons of each, then you can read through our more comprehensive full written reviews.

Whilst we felt that GoToMeeting offered the best service and value, primarily due to its user-friendly interfaces, reliability and range of features, there are also others you might consider. Click Meeting, for example, received our second place for its range of packages to suit any budget, whilst Skype Conferencing (our number three review) allows you to talk using microphones for no charge at all. But price isn’t everything, and it’s all about what kind of service you’re looking for and how much you are happy to pay for it. If you’re using web conferencing for business meetings then the extra features really could be a bit of a blessing. Take a look at our reviews and see what web conferencing has to offer you, before Rajit calls again!

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