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The pilot feature is what stands out the most. I love the ability to use the pilot feature for remote inspections. The augmented portion of the software comes in handy when I have to assist my inspectors. They use the app in the field, and they show me what they're seeing through their phones.
The quality of the connection from Zoom is very good. There are many functions and features available. I am only a basic user and it has more than I will ever use. It has lower bandwidths than other products that we have used and has worked well. It is important to have good quality sound and video than anything else.
I am completely satisfied with the tech support.
What I value most about Webex is its stability compared to other solutions.
The most valuable features of 3CX Live Chat are the ability to go straight to a call or screen-sharing and creating multiple channels from the same chat widget effectively. The ability to raise a call straight out to the cloud is fantastic, it is really useful. Additionally, it integrates very well with WordPress.
It was just chosen because somebody at the company said, "We need a meeting thing. Hey, go find a meeting thing." It wasn't me, but somebody else in the organization was like, "Alright, let's use GoToMeeting. It's free."
It has benefited my organization because I can use it on the phone, I can use it on a laptop, wherever I want. The communication channel is very easy now and I can call and chat. It's experienced. Together, my team manages everything. It's very easy.
The most valuable features are that you don't have to create a separate account, it's easy to use, and you don't have to enter an ID or password to start video conferencing.
You can bring up a command prompt remotely and execute commands without having to disturb the user.
Due to the fact that we can help our clients virtually, the solution has allowed us to reduce our travel costs by about 90%.
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Is there a system where the video conferencing system can be incorporated into our website? We would like to run virtual education fairs, i.e. where international students meet university staff. We have tried Zoom but the experience was not satisfactory. The student/university participation lists and individual details are not on the same platform - the reports from universities for individual students have to be sent to us separately. We are looking for a system whereby video discussions, individual interviews, reports, student personal information etc is all sitting on a centralised system and the transition from one to other is seamless. If such a system exists, is it expensive? Many thanks for your help.