In today’s business world, hatting face-to-face over the internet with Colleagues, clients, investors and other business partners is becoming the norm for many start-ups, small businesses and entrepreneurs. There are a host of online video conferencing services popping up everywhere, but how do you choose? What online communication service will meet the needs of your business? Does it have computer, smart phone and tablet integration? Is the service reliable, yet cost efficient?
Video Conferencing Service Options
There is Skype for business, but its video, chat and conferencing services only works if everyone has it installed on their computer. Other conferencing services like Cisco WebEx don’t require software installation, but they can be complicated for the average computer user. So there’s iMeet that all the technology business blogs seem to be talking about. iMeet’s homepage states:
“Imagine, online video meetings right on your computer, tablet, or smart phone with up to 15 people at one time. iMeet is always free for guests. Plus, you can host unlimited video/audio meetings for just $39 per month.”
As a business law firm, we are always looking to find new ways to interact and communicate with our start-up and small businesses clients. And we agree with the tech reviews, it’s great. It has most all the features that are necessary for a start-up or small business to have effective, efficient online business meetings across many tech platforms. Take iMeet up on its offer and try it out free for 30 days.