List of Cloud Based Video Conferencing Companies
Cloud-based video conferencing is a great way for small to medium sized businesses to get involved with multi-point video conferencing.
These businesses do not need to purchase expensive infrastructure components, nor do they need the support personnel needed to run that infrastructure. Simply sign up for a relatively inexpensive cloud-based service and meet with your clients, colleagues, friends, and family. The quality is great and the services are on 24 x 7.
Use this blog post as your jumping point to the world of cloud-based video conferencing.
This is a living breathing blog post that will grow over time, so check back often! 🙂
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Google Chat, Skype, H.323, Telephone call-in, Web RTC browser, Microsoft LYNC, SIP is in Beta. Schedule a meeting or an instant meeting to fire up the virtual room. People call in or the system can call them. Full administration to add, drop, mute, etc.
TelBitConsulting.com review coming soon.
This snippet is from their web site: “The easyConference3 or 6 is a cloud service that enables several video conferencing systems to connect in the same meeting. This is a service where you can seamlessly collaborate with any videoconferencing system, and Win/Mac, iPhone/iPad. To join, you only need to dial the EasyNumber and meet ”
H.323 EP’s supported: LifeSize Endpoints (Passport / 220 / Unity Series
SIP EP’s supported: LifeSize Endpoints (Passport / 220 / Unity Series
Completely ad hoc and guaranteed availability e.g. reservation-less
Virtual WaterCooler call in is supported, up to 12 hour call duration on multiparty, unlimited on one to one calls.
Adminstration: All call participants have the ability to add/drop participants, share content etc. Connections is chair-person-less.
H.323, SIP, Skype, and Audisoft Frontline Communicator connectivity. Supports Android and iOS mobile devices as well as “kits” available for Windows and Mac computers. Up to 10 participants in a meeting, can share presentations, etc.
This is from the G2J web site: ”
Using G2J’s virtual rooms, you can connect all these people to the same meeting:
- Your workforce, equipped with IP or RNIS videoconferencing and telepresence endpoints,
- Your audio contact by phone or smartphone your mobile users
- in front of your PC
H.323 and SIP EP’s. Dial-out only (dial-in due 2013), administration for add, drops, mutes, etc, schedule a meeting or fire up an ad hoc meeting via presence and instant dial-out. Mobile apps are now in alpha…
Ad-hoc dial-in using Google Chat, H.323, SIP, Skype, Telephone call-in. Virtual WaterCooler like meeting rooms always available. Administration features coming soon.
From the Vidyo web site: “Enables seamless inter-connectivity of Cisco, Polycom, Lifesize, and other legacy H.323 and SIP-based endpoints, supports Microsoft Lync and voice only devices, provides free mobile client for users without access to legacy VC or MS Lync”
Downloaded app on your browser, presentations / desktop sharing, video conferencing (3 for free). Mobile apps available.
More to come soon….help me build it!
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