Free Video Conferencing Service
For decades, video conferencing has promised to change the way you work, but the technologies have been difficult and expensive to set up and use, often requiring you to move to a special room, and were disconnected from other tools you use in your daily routine.
Here are 6 important points to consider:
Consistent, high-quality voice, video and content experience across devices
When choosing video conferencing software, look for consistent, high-quality voice, video and content experience across devices, so you can connect anywhere with the device in hand or the screen in the room.
Video and web conferencing that converge in the cloud
A common complaint today is that people need too many different applications to get work done. The latest video conferencing technology is cloud based, combining with web conferencing to provide one flexible tool for its users. According to industry research firm Aragon Research:
"Major disruption is coming from a combination of cloud and real-time collaboration on mobile devices. This disruption is giving way to smaller, more flexible providers, such as Fuze, that can deliver web and video conferencing capabilities from the cloud to any device or conference room set-up at a fraction of the cost of a traiditonal room-based system. This changing dynamic competes with traditional on-premises and hardware-based delivery models." - Aragon Research -
As cloud computing becomes more common and small businesses have increasing access to all that the cloud offers, think about how staying on top of technology will help your company with employee satisfaction, workflow, and sales.
Choose a video conferencing provider that allows a free trial for distributed teams. You’ll find out how well the application performs and how responsive the platform’s team is, and get all your questions answered. A free trial allows you to get comfortable with the software before implementing it organization-wide.
Integration with the applications you are already using
You are more likely to use collaboration tools if they fit naturally into your daily workflow. Choose a solution that moves with you and can connect to the applications you already use like Microsoft Outlook, Google Calendar, Box, DropBox, etc..
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What is the best software or service that provides HD video conferencing? I like the one that General Assembly uses for their online classes.
FuzeBox provides HD video, audio/web conferencing and HD content collaboration from and to any device including fixed room devices, specifically H323. Fuze was also recently featured in the Apple iPad commercial and Verizon Wireless commercial.