There are many ways to communicate in todays society, and with each passing year, more and more ways are being created. There are many ways to communicate, and it branches out to even more by company, brand, type, etc. I think the most effective way of communicating is through video conferencing. It is easy to access, quick, efficient, and its benefits outweigh its flaws. More specifically this paper will use ooVoo as an example and give reasons why it is better for use then other means of communication for now.
ooVoo is a instant messaging software for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Android and iOS (2008). The company was formerly known as Arel Communications and Software, before 2006 when Clayton L. Mathile renamed the company into its current name “ooVoo”. The software was released only a year after its company was launched (2007). There are two versions of ooVoo, the free features and the paid features. The list of differences are as followed: Free Features:
Video Calls- Video chat between a total of six people at a time. Web Video Chat- Browser-based video call allows the creator of the web to invite non-ooVoo users into call via email, instant messaging, or social network. Video Messaging- Video messages up to 1 minuet long (5 minutes for a fee) can be recorded and sent to another user, to email, or shared on YouTube. Instant messaging- Multi-party text chat with its own instant messenger client. IM chat is supported at any time, as well as during a live video call. File Sharing- Send files (up to 5MB) to any ooVoo contact quickly and securely. Paid Features:
Video Conferencing- Allows user to start a group video chat up to six people in a call, plus the ability to add in six additional phone participants. Phone Calls- ooVoo-to-phone calls to landlines and movie phones to 70 countries worldwide. Desktop sharing- Allows users to share their screen live during a video call. Video call recording- Record and store video calls to share or reuse at a later...
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