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The world’s biggest work-from-home experiment has been triggered by the Coronavirus, forcing companies around the world to put travel-bans in place for the safety of their employees (CNN, 2020). Major world organizations such as the IMF and the World Bank are officially considering virtual meetings to avoid the spread of the coronavirus (Reuters, 2020). Helping to keep remote workers effective, communication technologies such as video conferencing and live streaming are being used in record numbers. Zoom video conferencing has reported that in January and February of 2020 they have added more new users than all of 2019. In an effort to help, Zoom CEO Eric Yuan has announced that Zoom will temporarily remove the 45-minute time limit for free meetings during this crisis (explained in this blog post).
In this StreamGeeks Exclusive broadcast, you will learn how your company can host live streams with BIG audiences, and leverage video conferencing software solutions to break out into smaller groups for one on one video conferencing.
This presentation will review video conferencing options for large groups from Zoom Video Conferencing including Basic, Pro, Business, Enterprise and Webinar Packages. This review will also include free and scalable live video content distribution solutions from Facebook, YouTube, Vimeo and Dacast. The StreamGeeks will review the different solutions for one to many broadcasts and traditional face-to-face meetings. The review segments types of meetings and communications that are primarily used with private or public-facing live streaming and video conferencing methods.