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Ring Central may not be as recognisable a brand name as some of the other video conferencing services, but it comes with a range of features that put some of its more established competitors to shame.
Office compatibility, video conferencing and - most importantly - a reliable backbone of servers, means this is a video conferencing service you can depend on for your business.
In 1884, eight years after Alexander Graham Bell and Thomas Watson had the world's first phone call, industrialist John Jacob Astor IV published his predictions for the 21st century.
Along with ill-fated predictions of steel-covered roads and the discovery an anti-gravitational force, he also foresaw video calls. The earliest came from AT&T's labs in 1927, with a room full of equipment.
Today, if you're shopping and want advice from a friend, a video call is only a couple taps away.
There's also a robust Quality of Service (Qo S) feature that helps you set up your network for the best possible results.
If you are new to videoconferencing and Vo IP for that matter, beginning with Web Ex and then graduating to Web Ex Meetings, and subsequently onto Web Ex Meeting Centre is a logical progression.
Platforms: Windows, mac OS | MS Office Support: Start meetings from within Office | Meeting Scheduling: Integrates with Outlook | Record Meetings: Organisers can start and stop recording at will | Audio Support: Vo IP or dial-in options As part of the Go To suite of applications that includes Go To Webinar and Go To Training, the meeting component offers easy switching between the types of meeting you want to hold.
Platforms: Windows, mac OS, i OS, Android | MS Office Support: Office documents | Meeting Scheduling: Use Google Calendar, Outlook or Office 365 | Record Meetings: Only with Pro/Business versions | Audio Support: Integration with conference calling when camera not available All of the latest videoconferencing applications strive to remove any technical hurdles that might trip up the user.
Not having to install apps or plugins, or remember dial-in codes and phone numbers is what makes a powerful and attractive way to get into videoconferencing for the first time.
If you have experience of any of the other products in the suite, adding video is a breeze and requires a very shallow learning curve.