Friday, March 05, 2004

eWeek: Convoq Provides Expert Help

eWeek: Convoq Provides Expert Help "Convoq's first-generation IM and Web conferencing service, skillfully manages contacts so that users can easily find a secondary contact when primary contacts are offline. Like many first-edition products, ASAP doesn't have all the bells and whistles of entrenched competitors, but it's appealingly priced, ranging from $50 per user per year for five users to $100 per user per year for a 25-user license."

I've been using Convoq for meetings this week. It works quite well for presentations and video.

1 comment:

Riteshjha said...

Overall its all win with video conferencing on the ground…We have Web Conferencing software…and its too a great alternative for small business along with Cisco. A user could set up a skype and conferencing session to get around the audio and video sessions simultaneously. Ok, they are not integrated but not bad at all for free or a low monthly - especially when you compare it to the cost of a Webex and microsoft implementations.