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The Best Go To Meeting Alternatives

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Thanks to the huge technological advances we’ve seen in recent years, remote working, learning and collaboration aren’t just possible, they’re easy, efficient and practical. Programmes like GoToMeeting allow colleagues in different geographical locations to work together on developing projects and make it easy for experts to hold webinars and online learning sessions.

To help you make the most of your digital working capabilities, we’ve chosen five of our favourite seminar programmes that you can use to expand your online capabilities and bring your business right up to date.  

1. TeamViewer

A fantastic option for remote working and collaboration – and the programme we use here in the Identity office - TeamViewer is easy to use, reliable and efficient. Three levels of membership are available, with options for small, medium sized and large businesses on offer.

Premium and Corporate membership options come with support for mobile devices, allowing you to make your business more flexible than ever.

2. AnyMeeting

AnyMeeting allows you to hold unlimited meetings, host events and invite up to 200 people to participate in your online sessions. You can also use the app’s six-way video conference feature, share your screen with online participants and send URLs to attendees.

If you’re happy to put up with the occasional ad, you can use AnyMeeting for free. Alternatively, you can pay to sign up to the service and enjoy ad free usage for good.

3. Hall

Simple but effective, Hall is the ideal option if you’re looking for an easy way to talk to colleagues over the web. There’s no limit on how many participants you can have in each session and Hall is also available for mobile devices. If you stick to the free version, you’ll also be able to create unlimited integrations and unlimited groups within the programme.

4. Google Hangouts

If you’re looking for a more informal way to collaborate online, Google Hangouts may well suit you perfectly. You can arrange video chats with up to 10 people at a time, record conversations to view later and send instant messages to your colleagues. Easy to download, Google Hangouts is a good basic option for online collaboration.

5. Join.me

This flexible programme allows you to gain access to a collaborator’s computer, hold online meetings and organise online tutorials all without having to download any software or pay a fee. Simply visit the site and send your participation code to colleagues to get started.

With so many high quality options out there, collaborating online has never been easier. Why not download one of these excellent programmes now and make your workplace as flexible and as up to date as possible?

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