In a business world growing ever more globalized the need for fast and reliable communications across the enterprise are of massive importance. Quality web conferencing software enables decision makers to get facetime with team members operating on the other side of the world or even just the other side of town. Providing low-cost, instantaneous communication via web conferencing goes a long way in terms of streamlining the chain of command.
Diversified, multi-site enterprises or organizations with many field agents operating around the world will benefit from a dedicated web conferencing software solution. Among solutions listed in Business-Software.com's Top 10 Web Conferencing software report, the top-rated web conferencing software products are:
In her question, Sabrina mentions both WebEx and GoToMeeting, two major webinar software offerings from Cisco and Citrix, respectively. Both are robust solutions, though for the list of recommendations we've put together here we went with Citrix's product, if only because of our own positive experiences with it.
Although the market for free Web conferencing looks a lot different today than it did a year ago, there are still plenty of Web conferencing options for the frugal among us.
In this week’s Best Value we’re taking a look at web conferencing tools. In contrast to some of the other segments we’ve covered in past installments like Marketing Software and Nonprofit Management, web conferencing can be applied to just about every single department in any given organization. Any team is going to have to have meetings at some point or another. Additionally, in the contemporary workplace many teams, even at smaller organizations, are working remotely from each other with potentially vast distances between individuals.
Connectedness and technology’s power to increase communication has been on the public’s mind, especially with the ever-present idea that technology hinders connection. Microsoft is no exception. Despite their mission to increase connectedness through Lync, Microsoft is creating a divide.
Live chat’s bubble is on the rise. LogMeIn and the e-tailing group have released the Fourth Annual BoldChat Live Chat Effectiveness report which shows one in five shoppers prefer online chat over any other communication method. Featured here are seven best practices for offering a superior live chat customer experience
Managing your webinar program through your marketing automation platform has the potential to improve these metrics and lower costs, but your marketing automation solution must be integrated into your webinar service. By integrating webinar software with sales and marketing automation platforms, the ability to improve efficiency and drive revenue from webinars is significantly improved.
What’s the solution? Many companies are finding that Web conferencing is the answer. Small and medium-sized businesses are especially gravitating towards the new technology: Frost & Sullivan, a leading research firm, reports that 64% of SMB’s use Web conferencing regularly in their business.
IBM Lotus Sametime is an integrated set of real-time communication and collaboration tools that allow employees to move seamlessly between instant messaging, Web conferencing, and information sharing.
Adobe Connect is a web conferencing solution that enables users to conduct rich audio and video webinars, online meetings and eLearning sessions.
Cisco WebEx Meeting Center is a browser-based web conferencing tool that enables real-time file sharing, video conferencing and free calling.
8x8 Virtual Meeting is a flexible web conferencing solution that is simple to use and affordable.
Citrix GoToMeeting is a reliable and cost-effective web conferencing solution that enables users to easily host and attend online meetings.
Avacast AvaLite is a web conferencing software solution that is designed for mobile devices. The program carries all the key features of Avacast Ava6.
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