According to IDG Enterprise, businesses around the world spent $3.5 billion on video conferencing apps in 2016.
After years of waiting for video calls to take off, we’re finally living in the sci-fi future of face to face calls.
This isn’t new, of course. AT&T developed the earliest form of video call in 1927 and most of us have been using Skype or similar for years.
The difference now is that we have a lot of options on the market for video calling and many of them are geared specifically for video conferencing – making the video call a staple of modern business.
In this article, we’re going to break down the best video conferencing tools on the market and give you the information necessary for you to pick one which suits your business.
We’ll look at 6 key tools and give some special shoutouts to others: