Web conferencing showdown: What's the best software for online meetings?

By Yardena Arar, PC World |  Unified Communications, web conferencing

The cheapest paid plan costs $24 per month per host. This includes meetings with up to eight participants; high-definition video; and computer, toll-call, or optional Call Me toll-free call-in audio. You also get application sharing and remote control, plus 1GB of storage. A $49-per-month plan allows up to 25 meeting participants.

WebEx's diverse plan offerings, slick user interface, and robust features make it worth consideration for any business that's serious about getting work done in a collaborative online environment.

Overall, if you're looking for a freebie for rounding up a few people, either Meeting Burner or WebEx will do the job. However, WebEx has more in store if you need to step up to a bigger get-together later. In addition, there's no preinstallation required, its pricing for a small group is better than that of GoToMeeting, and, unlike OmniJoin, it serves non-Windows users.


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