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Instant Collaboration, Conferencing and Live Webinars for up to 250 People with CliqMeet

Instant Collaboration, Conferencing and Live Webinars for up to 250 People with CliqMeet | Online Collaboration Tools | Scoop.it



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CliqMeet is a new browser-based collaboration, conferencing and webcasting platform supporting up to 250 attendees without requiring any installation and setup and while integrating:

  • Whiteboard
  • Presentation sharing
  • Screen-sharing
  • VoIP
  • Video-conferencing
  • Dial-up conferencing
  • Unlimited recordings
  • Text chat


The platform works right out of the box, and you can start your first collaboration session in an instant after landing on CliqMeet home page. Just type the name you want to give to your conferencing room and you are in. Signup is not required to run a meeting.


The interface is very simple and straightforward, and requires zero time to be learned. Swipe your mouse to the left side of the screen and you get all the extra controls you may need.


ClicqMeet offers one of the best solutions for running a webinar or an online event with hundreds of people and with zero configuration and running costs. The key advantage is its simplicity, ease of use and intuitive interface. (It works with the latest versions of Chrome and Firefox).


Definitely worth trying.


Free (ad-supported version).



Try it out now: https://www.cliqmeet.com/en-us


Pricing and features: https://www.cliqmeet.com/pricing






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Alfredo Corell's curator insight, November 14, 2014 3:42 PM

A new web-abased platform for collaborative work, conferencing (up to 250 people) and webcasting where you integrate:


  • Whiteboard
  • Presentation sharing
  • Screen-sharing
  • VoIP
  • Video-conferencing
  • Dial-up conferencing
  • Unlimited recordings
  • Text chat
Eric Redegeld's comment, September 21, 2015 2:35 PM
Does not work anymore
Robin Good's comment, September 21, 2015 4:03 PM
Yes Eric, it has been recently bought by Sococo. You can find some interesting alternatives here: https://online-collaboration-tools.zeef.com/robin.good#block_12596_webinars-webcasts
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Free One-to-One HD Videoconferencing on your TV: The Biscotti TV Phone

A cookie-shaped, easy-to-use, $199 video-conferencing solution that you pay for once and then use forever.

 

Introduced last month at the Consumer Electronics Association’s annual New York-based CES Unveiled preview event (CES 2012 kicks off on Jan. 9 in Las Vegas), the Biscotti TV Phone is a home video-conferencing gadget that works with your HDTV.


Each biscotti-cookie-shaped unit cost $199 and works with any other unit via Biscotti’s proprietary network. You can also chat with anyone on GChat (sorry, no Skype).


Biscotti is not the first HDTV video conferencing solution. Most notably, Cisco (with UMI) and Google and Logitech (with Google TV and the Revue) have made the leap. 


The device connects to your HDTV via an HDMI cable. Unlike most other HD devices, Biscotti actually has you run your cable box connection through the device. So the back sports both HDMI-in and HDMI-out ports. Biscotti conducts the video calls over the Internet, which means you’ll need Wi-Fi to use it—there’s no wired, Ethernet option.


Video resolution is at 720p, and the videocamera is equipped with a wide-angle lens (you can digitally zoom and pan, as well).


Simplicity could help Biscotti succeed where others have failed this holiday season. To be fair, the Logitech review camera is cheaper (by $50), but you have to buy Logitech’s Google TV box to use it. Cisco’s UMI is $100 more for a 720p device and you have to pay for the UMI service: $9.95 a month or $99 a year.


N.B.: Biscotti is pay once, use forever—or at least as long as Biscotti lasts.


Read other short reviews: http://mashable.com/2011/11/09/biscotti/#view_as_one_page-gallery_box3053 


http://mashable.com/2011/12/29/biscotti-the-best-product-packaging-since-the-ipod/#view_as_one_page-gallery_box3623 


Find out more: http://www.biscotti.com/biscotti-tv-phone.html 


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