5.28.2007

Who Needs A Phone When You Have A Computer?

Phones are becoming a thing of the past. One main reason is because of this invention called Video Conferencing. You can set it to view as a camcorder as well when you talk to other people. These people can be next door, miles away, or even countries away. The data stream isn't a biased one. One company that uses such software is called, MegaMeeting.com. They deal in Web Confrencing Software primarily. Needless to say, they are very good at what they do.

Their site gives you a live free demo, Customer testimonials, and 24/7 Tech support, just to name a few benefits with this company. Now what makes this company so much better than others such as, WebEx, Macromedia Breeze, or even LiveMeeting, is that they are cheap in comparison and done so without compensating quality. You can view up to 16 other people in a meeting, share your network, View live attendance, and there is NO installation hardware. This is 100% browser compatible for all browsers. They have 4 different accounts you can sign up with, a personal, Professional, Enterprise, or Private Branding accounts. You are also able to request how many people can view you at one time or "seats" when you sign up for their Web Conferencing Software.

Once you've signed up there are no Monthly Contracts and can cancel anytime. They are registered with the BBB and even have a blog for your convince. Their you can ask questions about the product to other people who have purchased the Web Conferencing Software or to a professional. They also have multiple numbers that you can call if you are based in the USA, Canada, or overseas. They give quotes as well for how much it will cost before you sign up as well as a site overview and a sitemap.

For all you people who would love to start selling this amazing product, they have you in mind as well. You can become an affiliate or just walk up to their office and ask for an interview.

Check these guys out at MegaMeeting.com and see what they have to offer. Enjoy!

Peace.
..:: Decay ::..

1 comment:

Riteshjha said...

Videoconferencing uses telecommunications of audio and video to bring people at different sites together for a meeting. This can be as simple as a conversation between two people in private offices (point-to-point) or involve several sites (multi-point) with more than one person in large rooms at different sites. Besides the audio and visual transmission of people, videoconferencing can be used to share documents, computer-displayed information, and whiteboards.So for web conferencing we need telephone connection or internet connection