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Anyone know good web conferencing solution provider?


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Regards to everyone, I am an entrepreneur and my business is globally expanded. There are many competitors of mine. I feel its not a safe option for me to conduct a web conference without a secure and reliable web conferencing appliances as there is a chance of the communication being disturbed by uninvited sources. Thus I am looking for secure web conferencing appliances to keep my data and presentations safe and secure. If you people know any sources that help me to get a good solution…please suggest me.

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I just started looking for something like that also.

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Webex is the one that I've used, at least the third party one.

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webex is good but i am not sure how secure it is. But we use Adobe Connect and sometimes send *sensitive* information over the chat function in connect and its drafted in my companies sop's. Also its like 700$ a month fee or something like that for 10 seats and you pay extra for each additional seat.

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yea, we mostly use a non-third party solution.

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