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16 Web Conferencing service companies compared: Take your pick

Posted Nov 08 2012 7:20am

A Web conference is a virtual meeting you conduct online, allowing you to share documents and applications from your computer with people in far-flung locations.

To help you choose a service that suits your needs, we’ve pointed out features commonly found in Web conferencing products. Read on to learn more!

1.) Watchitoo

Watchitoo works in the real time. It effectively integrates video conferencing with multimedia presentations. This tool has in-built support for recording, third party app integration, video screen sharing etc. It is one of the best tools available in the market for businesses to take intra-organization communications and collaborations to the next level.

2.) GoMeetNow

GoMeetNow offers application sharing , file transfer options, chat, annotation, whiteboard functions and webcam support, High quality audio conferencing via landline is free, VOIP audio conferencing service is also included.It isthe only service that guarantees the success of online meeting attendance by its patented technology. Attendees with a brower from any platform (Windows, Mac, Unix, Linux, iPhone, Andriod, etc.) can join GoMeetNow without download of any kind.

3.) Infinite Conferencing

Infinite conferencing comes pre-loaded with scores of different features. Some of the best features include on-demand video conferencing & event management through the web interface. Most useful for non-profits and it offered to them at discounted prices.

5.) GoToWebinar

With GoToWebinar, you can schedule a web meeting without any technical assistance.

6.) Elluminate

Elluminate supports learning with an easy-to-use platform designed to promote education. Elluminate offers products to fit both large and small institutions.

7.) Adobe Connect

Adobe Connect is a Web conferencing solution for online meetings, e-learning and webinars used by leading corporations and government agencies. It is particularly known for its one click sharing features and intuitive controls.

8.) ReadyTalk

TechSoup Global is a nonprofit organization that provides technological solutions for social purposes. They have been using the ReadyTalk to meet with their Web conferencing requirements for past several years.

9.) Zoho Meeting

Competing Google Docs application in many areas, Zoho is particularly known for its cloud based features. Besides web conferencing, Zoho Meeting, also offers remote support. Arranging quick meetings with Zoho is easy! You can embed Zoho Meeting in your blog, wiki, etc.

10.) Cisco WebEx Meeting

The WebEx suite offers a broad range of Web conferencing services, including a Meeting Center, Event Center, Training Center and Support Center. WebEx and Microsoft Office Live Meeting are considered the two heavyweights in the field.

11.) Microsoft Office Live Meeting

Microsoft Office Live Meeting     lets you hold a virtual meeting with small or large groups of participants. It permits users to not only share information but also audio & video with each others. Users can also share various files over the interface or use it as an instant messenger.

12.) AT&T Connect                                          

AT&T Connect  offers an intuitive, easy-to-use interface for audio, Web and video conferencing. The product allows you to communicate and collaborate on documents and share applications in real time.

13.) Yuuguu

With Yuuguu, users can easily share their screens on all popular operating systems!

14.) Yugma

To begin with, its basic version can help you accommodate as many as 20 people for an e-meeting! All participants can use annotation and white-board apps and also record the meeting!

15.) IBM Lotus Live

IBM Lotus Live  is a full-featured, easy-to-use service for holding Web meetings and online events. Hosts can show documents and presentations from their computer screens. It also supports file sharing, email, group collaboration and integration.

16.) HearMe

HearMe only requires you to install a browser plugin on the windows. That’s all it takes to start using the service to schedule meetings with colleagues, sub-ordinates or prospects.

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