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Video has become an integral part of an enterprise's unified communications strategy. Enterprises are increasingly deploying video conferencing services to reduce communication and travel costs, meet the communication needs of remote workers and enhance collaboration among employees.
But enterprises are looking to get more than just video calls from their conferencing services. They are looking for video conferencing services that create virtual meeting spaces to encourage true collaboration with features like document sharing, mobile integration and high definition video support. Enterprises that deploy video conferencing services to promote collaboration see benefits that range from reduced travel costs to increased productivity.
But how do you know which conferencing service is right for your enterprise? There are many video conferencing services on the market that offer a variety of advantages. Some services offer basic features like chat and document sharing, while others offer more advanced features like recording and streaming. It can be difficult for enterprises to determine which service best suits their needs. Our chart compares the features and prices of several popular video conferencing services to help you in your decision-making process.
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