Secure Your Spot! Why Google Hangouts and Skype Can’t Cut it for Business!

Simon Dudley, Video Evangelist, LifeSize

Today is the day! LifeSize is hosting a free webinar to address, “Why Google Hangouts and Skype Can’t Cut it for Business.” Companies all over the world are realizing the power of video communications through these free solutions, but oftentimes the quality and reliability is less than desirable. Though Google Hangouts and Skype are great for chatting with friends and families, or for the occasional video call or two – there is a reason that they aren’t considered “enterprise-grade video conferencing.” If you want to make a good impression on colleagues, vendors and especially customers, you need a video environment that can replicate a real-life meeting without freeze frames, pixelation or dropped calls.

Join LifeSize Video Evangelist Simon Dudley as he tackles this question head on in today’s free webinar. Why should a company pay money for video conferencing when so many other providers offer it for free? Is “enterprise-class video” that much better than Skype or Google Hangouts? What about security? Reliability? Management and control? These questions and many more will be answered this afternoon.

What: Why Google Hangouts and Skype Can’t Cut it for Business

When: December 11, 2013 at 1:00 p.m. Central time

Who: Simon Dudley, LifeSize Video Evangelist

Where: Register here!

In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek at one of the slides from the presentation. Find out what in the world this means at 1:00 p.m. Central time.

One Response to “Secure Your Spot! Why Google Hangouts and Skype Can’t Cut it for Business!”

  1. matthew haden

    Yeah, I agree that Google Hangouts and Skype is a great tool for casual, social gatherings online. But, for business meetings, I would prefer a more secured solution such as RHUB’s web conferencing servers because it works from behind my firewall.


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