Business video conferencing

andrew5499
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Was looking at a skype solution - but found out it only allows upto 10 video connections.

I am seeking a solution to connect at least 20 users via video conferencing. Either local client software or online solutions will work. Budget is not a huge issue.
I was seeking suggestions from the community and what others are using.
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Some options:

- MS Office LiveMeeting / Lync
- Cisco WebEx
Pairing Microsoft Lync with Polycom video conferencing solutions is something you should look into, I use it daily for multiple video conferences and I have many different endpoint choices whether in the office or on the road.

You can find some article about the integration here:
http://blog.schertz.name/category/video/
GoToMeeting with HD faces is very popular as well as Webex.

A less popular but good alternative also is Persony. Very easy for end users as there is no installation for attendees to join a meeting.

www.gotomeeting.com

www.webex.com

www.persony.com
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We have several clients using Premier Global or Intercall - they offer more than one platform as well (Adobe, WebEx, or Lync based solutions).

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We are testing out www.megameeting.com<br /><br />they have 16 cam capability (doubt our users have the bandwidth to support); but we will test

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