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Web Conferencing Supports The Green Issues

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Holding conferences on the internet is really beginning to take the business world by storm. The concept of using the internet to communicate with business colleagues all over the world has been taken and refined into the art of web conferencing. With cutting edge technology and state of the art hardware, companies like RHUB now give you the opportunity to host your own web conference service inviting delegates from all four corners of the globe to participate.

A web conference

system, like the RHUB TorboMeeting 3.0 system, supports both PC and Mac users, so anyone can participate. Also, the fact that you don’t need to download anything means that delegates can join in the session in seconds; it’s really just as simple as a plug and play technology.

Web conferencing represents a massive saving to participants in terms of time, travel and accommodation costs too if they have to travel any serious distance. Also, in addition to saving on the travel aspects for conference participants, everyone also gets the opportunity to help the “green” lobby by reducing the size of their carbon footprint.

A web conferencing solution like this is so much more convenient for all parties, but it also has important price benefits too for the company hosting the conferences. Both the web conference server and the web conference software can be purchased outright, and on average, by owning your own complete web conferring facility, you can recover your initial investment in as little as 2.5 months which represents a great ROI.

Another great thing about the RHUB TurboMeeting 3.0 system, (and there are not many other manufactures who provide this), is that it incorporates both web conferencing and remote accessing in the one piece of kit, and you can use them both totally independent of each another.

Although the technology behind a good web conference system is cutting edge, it doesn’t mean that you have to be a “techie” to operate it. Both the set up and the operation are very simple, simple enough that anyone with basic computer user skills can deploy it.

So, if you regularly host conferences you should check out the latest movers and shakers in the web conferencing service provider sector. It’s fast, simple and user friendly, cost effective, and even helps to save the world’s limited resources too.

RHUB is a premier provider of on-premise Web conferencing, remote support and remote access appliances, based on the Company’s TurboMeeting software, that meet the needs of any organization. The Company’s end users total over 8,000 in a variety of market segments including services, manufacturing, and government. RHUB is privately-owned and headquartered in Silicon Valley, California. For more information, visit www.rhubcom.com.

Saturday, Oct 24th, 2009