Monday, November 5, 2007

Most Important Conference Call Features

We will be adding many exciting new features and services to our conferencing solutions in the coming weeks, and reviewing all of the new material has got me wondering...what is the most important conferencing feature? Is it the ability to record your call? To lock your conference (to prevent unauthorized participants)? Or is it just a clear connection and a good call host?

We already offer two of those, and we'll be adding the third very soon, along with expanded call capacity and much, much more. I'll make a launch announcement as soon as I can, so stay tuned!

Also, the blog carnival is still alive, and submissions are slowly trickling in. I was expecting many more presentation horror stories and lots of advice and opinions, so feel free to submit if you've got any PowerPoint tales to share....

4 comments:

Mike said...

well nice tips.was looking for such tips in other Conferences & Trade shows networks for long

dsnl.co.in said...

Hi.. Admin

How awesome that you went to this conference! I was drooling over everyone’s pics from IG and FB! conference call

Colleen Francis said...

Awesome post! Absolutely enjoyed reading it.

Michael Davis said...

In an age when event budgets are being cut and broadband Internet access is rising, webinars are becoming increasingly popular. Webinars are web-based seminars, that usually include over 30 participants and are used to conduct presentations, workshops, lectures and large-scale meetings. Since webinars are held online, they allow companies to save money on travel, catering and venues, all of which are costs commonly associated with face-to-face seminars. However, due to their large attendance, webinars need careful planning in order to be successful. This is why those planning on video conferencing need to take their time to ensure that they properly go through all the necessary steps which will ensure the webinar’s success.