OmniJoin Review: Videoconference with Co-Workers from Anywhere

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    Ratings Breakdown (1-10)

      • Design
      • 10
      • Functionality
      • 10
      • Ease of Installation/Ease of Use
      • 9.6
      • Performance
      • 10
      • Cost Benefits
      • 10
      • Total Score:
      • 9.92
      • Rating 1 to 10, top score 10

\"OmniJoin\"OmniJoin, a cloud service by Brother, offers small and medium sized businesses easy to use video conferencing at an affordable price. It features high performance video and great usability. The user interface is easy to navigate, and users will rarely find themselves leaving the program its self since everything necessary for the conference is integrated into the software. It offers a great alternative to other video conferencing services that are less streamlined and efficient.

OmniJoin features screen sharing capabilities, a whiteboard that anyone can draw on, and even a video player. It is also compatible with a pan-tilt-zoom camera, which can be operated by the host of a meeting. With the basic service, users can include 12 video participants and 30 voice participants at $49 a month. Pro service is $79 per month and allows 20 video and 50 voice participants and can accommodate 1080p high definition video. For slightly larger business settings, the Enterprise service starts at $450 per month and allows 10 users to use the software at the same time.

Overall, OmniJoin offers an inexpensive, effective, user friendly service for small to medium sized businesses. It allows users to connect remotely so that they can attend a meeting, which can feature anything from a video to a PowerPoint to screen sharing. As a comprehensive video conferencing service, OmniJoin would be a great option for smaller business settings.



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