Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications. It’s an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars. Their free plan can host meetings with up to 100 participants. Voted #1 in video conferencing software.
- Unlimited 1 to 1 meetings for free.
- Calendar integration for both Google and Outlook.
- Desktop and application sharing (multiple people can share at the same time).
- Virtual waiting room option.
- Free version hosts up to 100 participants with a 40 minutes limit on group meetings.
- Paid version starts from $14.99 per month/user.
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Find out what each expert had to say about Zoom.
Travis James Fell
Zoom is a breeze to set up and use. Somehow, Zoom has mastered using the computer audio and microphone option with my iPhone earbuds, while other vendors play sound out the laptop speakers or do not recognize my microphone. Finally, I love Zoom’s “background image” feature.. It literally looks like I’m participating from a golf course, which encourages me because all the local courses are closed.
Zoom seems to be holding up the best with incredible bandwidth demands right now.
Zoom is becoming a favorite because it has some great features like Touch up my Appearance and a control panel that is easy to use. It also does much better for audio-only conference calls than it used to. It is a leaner, lighter interface, so works well for many users.
As someone who works in a fully remote company, video conferencing tools are vital to our communications and operations. While we’ve tried several platforms over the years, Zoom is perfect for our needs due to its ease of use and short learning curve. It also offers an intuitive and feature-rich platform to handle video conferencing needs for teams of all sizes. If you have remote teams operating in different time zones (as we do), Zoom offers a simple and shareable recording option to get recorded meetings into the hands of those who may not have been able to attend meetings live.