Video web conferencing is becoming more and more popular as businesses are looking into ways to reduce their travel costs. There are a number of technologies and services that can provide an affordable solution to their problem. Read on for more on how video web conferencing can help a business connect more easily with their employees, vendors, clients and business partners.
Here are some videos on video web conferencing:
Video Web Conferencing Using Web Browser V3.0.69 Update
Whereever, Whatever Your Meeting : Pc Video Conference will get you there!! This video briefly describes the integrated collaboration tools, however the principle reason is too update customers about the newest version v3.0.69.
GVO Conference Pre Launch Invite The Cheapest Way To Do Video Web Conferencing
tiny.ly GVO Conference Pre Launch Invite The Cheapest Way To Do Video Conferencing GVO will take video web conferencing to the next level where their competitors like GoToMeeting and Webex will charge $100. per month you can get a much better system …
Audio Video Web Conferencing with Alliance Telecom
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PresentAll – Audio/Video Web Conferencing
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Here is an article on Video Web Conferencing called: 4 Video and Web Conferencing Myths Debunked
Once upon a time, in a land far away, but not so long ago, the business world was introduced to a new cutting edge technology – video and web conferencing. Looking to expand their global presence and improve worldwide communication, large corporations adapted video and web conferencing technologies into their daily business practices…oh how the times have changed!
There are many myths revolving around video and web conferencing and it is these myths which keep most organizations from embracing and experiencing the power of this technology. Video conferencing was first introduced to the commercial market in the 1980’s, but many things have changed since then and it is time to debunk those myths which are holding organizations back from benefitting from the technology.
Myth #1 – Video and web conferencing requires expensive equipment When video conferencing first entered the scene, companies were required to purchase expensive and bulky hardware, making it extremely difficult for smaller companies to afford and use the technology. This is no longer the issue. Integrating video conferencing into a web-based platform has made this technology available and affordable to businesses of all shapes and sizes. Today you can use standard PCs and inexpensive web cameras to conduct meetings. In fact, most web-based video conference equipment can now be found in office supply stores, such as Office Depot, OfficeMax and Staples.
Myth #2 – In order to participate in a video or web conference users must download software, which can be cumbersome and an IT nightmare When video conference attendees are required to download software in order to attend an online meeting, they are taking the risk of something going wrong. There are ways around this. Many video and web conferencing providers are turning to a 100% browser-based solution. Users access the web conference by directing their browser to a specific meeting URL and are instantly connected. Not only does this provide instant access to meetings, it prevents computer errors and frees up the time of IT teams.
Myth #3 – Companies must have a boardroom dedicated specifically for video and web conferencing needs The beauty of web-based video conferencing is presenters and attendees can conduct and participate in meetings from anywhere in the world and at anytime. Having the ability to connect with others through live video and chat on a desktop computer or laptop removes the need for businesses to have a dedicated meeting room. Employees can log into a meeting from their office desk, the comfort of their home, the neighborhood Starbucks or even an airport lobby. All they need is an active internet connection and a web camera. This gives businesses the opportunity to maintain a global presence without actually setting foot outside their office doors.
Myth #4 – Video and web conferencing is impersonal and removes the face-to-face value of doing business Video and web conferencing actually allows organizations to maintain a face-to-face presence, while eliminating costly travel. Business, educational and social organizations are now working in increasingly wider networks which are spread throughout the world.
If you are selling a product or service that must be supported, then think of the improvement in customer relations and reduction in costs that you could achieve if you can effectively meet online with your client.
With technological advancements made in video and web conferencing, businesses of all shapes and sizes now have the tools needed to stay competitive, without breaking the bank. No longer is video and web conferencing limited to large, well funded companies. Non-profit organizations, educational and religious institutions, small start-ups and government entities – all businesses in fact – now have the power of conducting instant, face-to-face meetings at their fingertips.
Dan Richmond is Co-founder of MegaMeeting.com. MegaMeeting provides web & video conferencing services for individuals & businesses. For more information, please call 818.783.4311 or Visit http://www.MegaMeeting.com.
Here are some blog posts on video web conferencing.
Existing video Web conferencing technology is readily available with participants being able to attend using standard office equipment such as a computer with Internet access and a phone. Inexpensive webcams add video to the mix, …
Publish Date: 11/03/2010
Web and video conferencing technology is becoming more sophisticated with each passing day. A few years ago it was a novelty just to talk with someone online, and view his or her image at the same time. Today web conferences bring …
Publish Date: 11/02/2010
How To Use Video Web Conferencing To Attract More Prospects And Close More Sales.
Publish Date: 10/15/2010
By: Dan Richmond. u really using the power of modern technology to make your business more profitable? Sure, you are using e-mail, you have a web page and you may be reaching your clients and customers with an electronic mailing list, …
Publish Date: 11/01/2010
At the same time, for a reasonable price, businesses can even purchase their own internal video/web conferencing system and not depend on web conference services provided by an outside provider. 6. Schools and universities are holding …
Publish Date: 10/27/2010
… expensive options, but with a little ‘planning should not be out of reach. In both cases you go there are tons of audio video web conferencing options to meet your needs and budget requirements. Conference Call Line Audio Conferencing.
Publish Date: 10/30/2010
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