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With a low starting cost and a handful of unique and eccentric features, CyberLink U Meeting is an easy-to-use video conferencing service.
Simple and to the point, almost to a fault, join.me brings high-capacity meeting rooms that your small to medium-sized business can customize to suit your brand.
Not to be outdone by its closest rivals, Lifesize video conferencing software comes with all the necessary equipment.
Enhanced with Dolby Voice support, custom branding and real-time metrics, BlueJeans is a high-tech solution for your video conferencing needs.
Expensive as it may be, Adobe Connect is a reliable premium video conferencing service with a handsome selection of customization and features.
Already used by various reputable organizations, Zoom delivers high quality video and crisp sound quality along with an assortment of cost-efficient pricing options.
Although it’s bound to be outshined by the competition, RingCentral Meetings is a competent video conferencing service with useful features that set it apart.
Despite an unimpressive price tag, VoIP provider Mitel MiCloud Business comprises a wealth of useful features across three disparate subscription plans.
Microsoft Teams lets organizations with up to 300 members communicate on the cheap, even if it could do with more video conferencing features.
Cisco WebEx may not be the most affordable video conferencing software, but at least it saves you from ever having to leave your web browser.
Although it’s not a true VoIP provider, SmartLine graces your existing phone with a second number so you don’t have to buy a second device.
Dialpad is one of the more affordable VoIP services, as long as you’re willing to make an annual commitment.
It doesn’t cost much and setup is straightforward, but this VoIP service does make some compromises.
It may not have as many features as we'd like, but Skype for Business is still a cost-effective approach to collaborative video conferencing.
Vonage is a VoIP provider that gets CRM integrations right, but only if you shell out for one of the primo packages.
While it no longer exists as an add-on, the major selling points of 8x8 Virtual Office Pro carry on through the Virtual Office X5 Edition.