More employees working remotely, traveling and enjoying flexible schedules, the need for more personal conversations can really only be done with video conferencing software.

  • Zoom

Zoom is the ideal web meeting software for users who want to simply and effectively connect with customers and clients remotely. It also has Chrome and Linux OS support to increase flexibility and secure socket layer (SSL) encryption to guarantee secure communications.

The platform also boasts flawless video, crystal clear audio and instant capabilities that make it as favorite option for video conferencing.

  • Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is designed for efficiency and seamless collaboration. The platform integrated with Office applications such as Word and SharePoint and it design and infrastructure make it look highly interactive.

The program is designed in response to the increasing number of collaboration tools such as Slack that have dominated the market in recent years. Microsoft Teams is an all-in-one capture chat tool for the workplace but its video conferencing options are just as exciting and powerful. Users can launch video conferencing directly from their chat. In addition, the mobile version of Microsoft Teams supports voicemail on Android and IOS.

  • GoToMeeting

GoToMeeting is no longer dominates the video conferencing space but it remains a highly polished remote meeting software with a long list of features that will meet the needs of most business environments.

This user -friendly software has several important advantages over its competitors, including voting and “raise your hands” features. Furthermore, this platform allows unlimited video meetings and secures these meetings with end-to-end encryption.

  • Skype for Business

Packaged with Microsoft Office 365, Skype for Business is already familiar to many users. The business version takes the capabilities of the free standard platform to the next level.

This platform also easily integrate with Microsoft Office programs like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook.

  • ezTalks

Meetings The biggest selling value of ezTalks Meetings is its continuous technological advances and the firm commitment of its developers to introduce the latest advanced features and video meeting protocols.

The solution is compatible with Android and iOS devices and has a relatively simple user interface, even for first -time users. ezTalks Meetings is a powerful web application for video conferencing in healthcare, community and education. However, with less distribution and usage as Zoom, you may find fewer partners that is familiar with the tool.

  • StarLeaf

StarLeaf is outfitted with its won API that makes it possible to customize its conferencing. The company provides an extensive range of upgrades and integrations including Slack and Skype for Business and it comes with a complimentary app for Android, iOS and Windows users.

This platform unique architecture allows you to deliver business-wide connectivity, avoiding the limitations associated with virtual meeting room solutions. The platform is an incredible alternative for those who don’t want to spend on costly on premise video infrastructure.

  • Cisco Webex

Cisco Webex is an excellent video collaboration software for online training, webinars and remote support. In particular, it is very good for businesses that have legitimate security concerns. This teleconference software features Transport Layer Security (TLS), third-party accreditations, encryption, firewall compatibility, single sign-on and secure scheduling options.

Cisco Webex includes seamless integration with Outlook and the ability to use it across different platforms including Mac, Windows and iPads. Moreover, Cisco Webex is part of an ecosystem of interoperable solutions for working remotely. It allows you to add specialized functionalities for training, remote technical support or webinars.

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