Programs that allow you to chat by webcam with friends, family and business associates aren’t really anything new, as they’ve existed in some form for over a decade. But the rise of broadband Internet has led to many improvements in video chat technology. Video and sound quality have gotten better, plus new software tools and web based services have been put in place that give a better user experience.
Real time communication can be essential in business and is done mostly through the new technologies that have become standard. This quick method of communication has made way for virtual meetings, speedy conversations and a better connected network where people can be reached no matter the distance. We have listed the top 5 software products to use in case of fast communication.
The Skype team today released a preview of the Skype for Windows Phone 8 app. Available for download in the Windows store. In this Preview, you’ll get all of the Skype basics in the new, modern design along with many of the new features such as integration with the People Hub and a combined contact list with buddies from Windows Live Messenger.
I use to work in a call center about 15 months ago and we use to have all our conversation on Skype at that time. Our boss always wanted to record skype meetings at that moment and I had never heard of anything that lets you record these conversations without giving you much headache. I don’t work at the call center anymore but for those of you who need to record Skype calls in future can now try Skype Call Recorder.
Last week Skype announced that they are partnering with Nokia, to make Skype available in high-end Nokia Nseries devices running the Symbian S60 operating system, offering users pre-loaded out-of-the-box Skype calls, instant messages and more, via both 3G and WiFi. This is definitely a great benefit for users of Skype who prefer Nokia Nseries mobiles. However, you will need a strong internet connection as well as preferably an unlimited data plan.
Skype 4 is out! Get it here. Skype is a digital communications featuring VoIP, PC-PC Calls and instant messaging.
In the time of progess, India gets ready to take a step forward … or is it back? Citing security concerns, the Department of Telecom (DoT) now plans to bring messenger-based telephony services such as those offered by Skype, Yahoo, MSN, and Net2Phone, under the scanner.