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Video Conferencing Software: A Handy Checklist

by Matt Mullarkey-Toner
Published on 8 February 2017


If you're a startup that works with clients or customers, you're probably already using video conferencing software; but have you considered how to scale or organize it? It's easy to take an app like Skype and start using it for its free conference calling, but deep down you know that billing, security, and features are going to be limited on a free plan. Essentially, you need to prepare and organize for the growth of your business. With that in mind, we've put together a checklist to help you pick out the best solution for your video calls and provide a starting point during your purchasing process.

Checklist Video Conferencing

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Some examples of video conference apps

Obviously some of these are going to be painfully obvious, but there's a few others on there to give you an idea of what other options look like. You'll also notice that some of these apps are premium versions (e.g. Skype) and that's because these offer the features found on this checklist, while the free versions may not have them.

Further reading

In order to help you on your video conferencing quest, here are some articles to help you make the right purchasing decision and also provide some tips to run a smooth meeting.


Apps mentioned in this article