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dim dim has recently add new features and we are looking forward to trying it
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I just wanted to share my experience with these softwares. Recently we were looking to switch our web conferencing software for a more cost effective system because we had to square off some budget. Someone suggested the web conferencing system from RHUB. It has been a wonderful experience since they provide a four-in-one web conferencing application. We have tried it for so many meeting types and so far so good. Just thought you should add that to your list! J
The software is available at RHUB http://www.rhubcom.com
I have used DimDim - a couple of cons: the viewing screen is very small and it is slow to load applications. I'm currently looking for other products.
We are looking for a good one now. A few key factors are missing from the above article (and spreadsheet), such as # of attendees included in the pricing info, whether ads are displayed to attendees, external publishing of recorded material, custom branding, meeting archive accessibility, and user permission controls to name a few.
I appreciate the spreadheet comparison, but last updated Nov 06?? It is unfortunate that it was so old. It is my opinion that TechSoup could have updated it with relative ease prior to sending out the recent newsletter.
For those reading, here are two sites comparing free web conferencing tools from January of this year.
Here is a more thorough list of most companies offering web conferencing solutions:
We still haven't determined which one we will use, and of course, our choice will not be the best choice for you. So, do you
I also just came across www.freeconferencecall.com. No video services at all, but free audio conference calling for up to 96 attendees for up to 6 hours! Not bad! I'm still looking for the catch...