Denver-based ReadyTalk is expanding its list of services to video conferencing, the firm said Wednesday, which it says lets users incorporate video conferencing into their daily meetings. The firm said the beta launch does not provide all the features and functions which will be available at launch, but will link into existing ability to share slides or a desktop, annotate points, edit documents, and more. The new services are an addition to the company's existing audio conferencing, web conferencing, webinar, and web event services. ReadyTalk said the new service supports as many as 25 participants, viewing four simultaneous video feeds. The beta of the service is free.
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ReadyTalk Debuts New Video Conferencing Service