Our Editors' Choice video conferencing service is once again Click Meeting, a robust product that makes video meetings (almost) fun for your staff.
New to our roundup is Amazon Chime, a video conferencing service that can hold its own with most in this class.
We outlined how easy is to join a meeting, including whether or not a participant needs to download software before joining an online meeting (which could cause a delay).
In this case, it's important to communicate with employees about hardware compatibility and preferred browser.
Many services are scalable depending on the number of hosts and attendees you need.
While video conferencing supports several endpoints communicating, the terms "video call" and "video chat" generally mean one-to-one.
Think about how much actual collaboration you'd like in your meetings.
Other features we look at include the number of participants allowed on a call and the number of video feeds allowed simultaneously.
Most offer video calls via webcam, though a few don't.
In all of these reviews, we hosted and joined meetings to test the experience of both registered and non-registered users.