ReadyTalk Opens Up Video Conferencing Service

Denver-based ReadyTalkofficially announced its video conferencing services today, saying that it now allows its customers to incorporate video conferencing into their daily meetings, training sessions, and interviews. Readytalk--which opened up a beta of the feature in January--said that users can now start a video conferencing via its ReadyTalk web conference, and that no additional downloads are required to use the service. The video conference supports up to 25 participants viewing 4 simultaneous feeds. The new service is free for existing ReadyTalk customers.