Video conferencing is changing the way people work. Software and apps that allow workers at home or in the field to connect remotely with colleagues have brought a new kind of productivity to meetings and teamwork. While Zoom may be the most popular teleconferencing option, there are plenty of other tools and apps to connect teams. Each offers its own unique features, so it's worth exploring them all and determining which is best for you and your team.


1. Zoom Meetings

This robust platform works as a two-way virtual meeting room for up to 100 attendees on the free version (there's a paid tier that can host up to 1000). Controlled by whoever hosts it, there are useful features such as 256-bit TLS encryption, private and group chat, screen-sharing, and advanced scheduling. Both mobile and desktop versions are easy to use. And not just for work; many exercise studios and learning institutions also use Zoom to deliver online classes.

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