Web conferencing – an indispensable communication and collaboration tool

A recent survey by market research firm Frost & Sullivan examined executives’ attitudes and strategies regarding their personal and organizational use of web conferencing tools. The survey shows that 83 percent of respondents say web conferencing and collaboration tools are viewed as cost-cutting benefits and promote faster decision-making.

Today’s web conferencing market offers a variety of opportunities for your business. You can choose from hosted services like WebEx or GoToMeeting, which have a monthly web conferencing fee. Or you can make a better business decision for a web conferencing appliance like TurboMeeting from RHUB. For a one-time fee of less than $1,000, you own and control it. ROI is within 3 months and you are guaranteed universal participation for up to 2,000 attendees.

TurboMeeting by RHUB uses both SSL and proprietary encryption, so meeting passwords and meeting IDs as well as the actual voice and data streams are protected. With the TurboMeeting appliance, you can host web meetings, web seminars, remote support, remote access, and web seminars without requiring attendees to download and install any software. You can access web meetings anytime, anywhere from computers at home or in the office. As long as you have a browser, you can join a web meeting using any platform including Windows, Windows Mobile, Mac, iPhone, Unix, and Linux.

TurboMeeting guarantees universal presence and supports PC and Mac users. This easy-to-use appliance requires no downloads and anyone can join meetings in seconds.

According to an August 2009 TMCNet article, 84 percent of C-level executives consider web conferencing to be an essential communication and collaboration tool.

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