Virtual Meetings Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Giancarlo Proença says in an Office 365 review
User
The most valuable feature is the integration with OneDrive, which has allowed us, a small business, easy access to a cloud environment, with no need to back up the data from five different computers. The multiple-user editing capability is helpful, improving the productivity of our team on creating and editing files together, even when in different physical locations. File formats that are the market standard (docx, xlsx, pptx), is an important and relevant need to deal with clients' provided files. View full review »
Anhnhat Tran says in an Office 365 review
Senior Software Enginer at University of Southern California
The functionality that is most valuable is the solution's ability to detect patient data in email attachments. Whenever a user sends out an email with patient data embedded in an attachment, it triggers an alert. The tool can detect a social security number and various other forms of patient identity. Emails are then automatically generated and sent. View full review »
reviewer1018539 says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
IT with 1-10 employees
Installing on multiple devices/platforms. View full review »
Lucas Lira says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
Business Contact Center at Aloo Telecom
* Share our desktops and computers for remote troubleshooting * The ability to have your documents saved in the cloud for extra protection against computer crashes * The ease of using different applications like Excel and Word. They are very easy to use. View full review »
Roland Driesen says in a HCL Connections review
Project Manager | Business Consultant | Learning & Development | Managing Partner at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
I use the Updates page to know what is going on in our company and which projects are running. External access increases collaboration with customers and partners. Online document preview and editing allows for faster co-authoring. View full review »
Sayed Qurany Ali says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
Senior System Administrator at a real estate/law firm
This solution has everything. It has file storage, file sharing, a provisioning box, and a SharePoint profile for each user. It's useable, available, and you can connect to it from anywhere. Also, I have storage and I can access my email. View full review »
KerryAllan says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
Office Manager at Agattu Trading 174 Pty Ltd
The most valuable feature for us is Microsoft Teams. It replaces Skype where you can speak to one another and you can set tasks. We have found it really helpful. View full review »
JohnMcKenzie says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
Technical Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The Office software is the most valuable aspect of this solution. The flexibility of having a subscription for the Office software, rather than having any upfront costs is the best part of this solution. The ability to add or remove licenses at the drop of a hat when someone new starts or leaves the business is another valuable feature. View full review »
Imad-Awwad says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
Group IT Manager at Malia Group
These are the main things that help the business collaborate. * At the same time, you can share files, you can send emails on the spot, and you can also assign meetings on the spot. * You can have conference calls with different parties using video and voice. It saves a lot of time. When opening a new business, you need the main server, file sharing, and you need to secure them. Not only to have them there on-site or on-premises, you need to have them backed up, and archived. So rather than going for a new place, with a new Internet, we go to Cloud and it will provide everything that we need. You're not restricted to a certain place or certain country. You can work from any place on Earth, from any device, without having your laptop. This is one of the main factors, and that it is secured. This is also a big advantage. They have already made some improvements to the interface and dashboards that have made a positive impact. View full review »
reviewer1024407 says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
CEO at a consultancy with 1-10 employees
The Power BI environment and the integration between Power BI and SQL are the solution's most valuable features. The integration between products is great. View full review »
reviewer1205559 says in a Webex review
User with 51-200 employees
The best feature is to be able to share the screen or just some application we want, even a video or audio, then request the remote control of the device with which they have connected. The latter helps solve problems much faster, rather than guiding the customer. In the latest version, they have greatly improved access to virtual meeting rooms and it is quite intuitive. View full review »
reviewer1109889 says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
Consultant
What was most valuable for me was how simple this solution is to start using. View full review »
reviewer917223 says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
Cloud Solution Specialist at a tech vendor with 501-1,000 employees
The most valuable feature is Microsoft Teams. View full review »
DennisMartens says in a Microsoft 365 Business review
Director of Strategic Sourcing at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature in this product is that it allows for fairly high productivity without the requirements for bespoke (i.e., custom made) tools. Microsoft 365 is like a Swiss army knife. You can do pretty much everything you need for a company with it all in one compatible package without deploying multiple solutions. View full review »
Jason Miller says in a TeamViewer review
Application Engineer at AirTies
TeamViewer shows you what is on the desktop of the target machine. The two features that I use the most are getting onto a desktop, so I can access it, and File Transfer. Quite often, we need put new firmware out there across the network or I need to get logs from a device. So, I log into different PC and just use File Transfer to move stuff back and forth. There have been a couple of times with the handy remote access feature, where I have been asked for something at eight o'clock on a Thursday evening and it is on my desk machine, but I am driving back to my office. With TeamViewer, I can just stay at my home machine, connect to my work machine, and get the data needed without having to drive back across town. It does have screen recording, which is a cool feature that I have only used twice. It has been pretty easy to use. It probably does more things than I know that it can do, so it's probably even more robust than I think. What I do use it for, it is a piece of cake to use. They changed a couple of menu options between versions 13 and 14. View full review »
Dan Wilkening says in a TeamViewer review
Network Administrator at Parksite
It is really easy to use. If I can get a machine on the Internet, I can get on it and fix whatever is wrong with it. I keep an individual list of all of our machines that TeamViewer is installed on. So, I have all the IDs, etc. This makes it easy for me to get to their machines. This saves a ton of time. A guy can call me, who is out on the road, and say, “Hey, I left my machine on, and it is at home. Can you go in and..." either install software or fix something, because something is not working right, etc. Then, I can remote into his machine and fix stuff, before he even gets home. This rather than try to walk him through fixing something, which isn't always the easiest. So, I can jump on and fix something in five minutes, which would probably take an hour normally. You don't need to be an IT professional to use it. View full review »
Brenda Thomson says in a Zoom review
staff with 11-50 employees
The most valuable feature of this solution is its ease of use. View full review »
Tomas Öhrberg says in a HCL Connections review
IT Support Manager with 201-500 employees
The most valuable feature is the Activity flow that is used to catch new activities. View full review »
Balbino says in a Skype for Business review
Analyst at a construction company with 51-200 employees
The use of video conferencing is an excellent tool to avoid the expenses associated with displacements of professionals who need to be in a meeting with other members. With this function, all guests can be in their own offices, homes, or elsewhere. At the time of the call, everyone will be in a virtual room. View full review »
Vladimir Sekerka says in an Office 365 review
Security Specialist at a tech consulting company with 1-10 employees
Many of the features in Office 365 are good, but I think Excel is a very good tool. Excel is good at processing data in small volumes. View full review »
SYED AMIN says in a Zoom review
Senior Systems Administrator - Microsoft & LINUX at a logistics company with 501-1,000 employees
The best thing about Zoom is that it is very easy to use. You can easily schedule a meeting and invite anyone, with or without a Zoom account. It is also able to integrate with Polycom devices. View full review »
John DeMillion says in a TeamViewer review
Director of IT at Chester County Intermediate Unit
TeamViewer's cross-platform nature is important to us, as we are about 95% macOS, and our IT organization is all-Mac, so we often use our Macs to control Windows machines. TeamViewer is very fast, with very high fidelity and visual quality, in both high- and low-bandwidth situations, far better than our experience with LogMeIn. TeamViewer's support for multiple Controllers on a Host is very convenient, allowing multiple techs to collaborate to help an end-user or to look at a server. With LogMeIn, additional techs attempting to control a Host would either just mysteriously not be able to connect (there was no message or other indicator that the Host was already being controlled by someone else), or they would accidentally kick off the first Controller on the Host, which was inefficient and confusing. Mass-deployment options for Hosts are excellent, making it easy to mass deploy on both macOS and Windows, and you can pre-configure the Hosts with settings and custom branding as needed. Having said that, the experience with individual installations is nowhere as slick as LogMeIn, however: installing TeamViewer manually and getting everything configured is much more annoying and time-consuming than LogMeIn. TeamViewer's file-transfer features are useful and comprehensive, with two options: 1) a drag-and-drop transfer mechanism for small files, and 2) a full-fledged file-transfer dialog that allows file tree browsing on both the Host and Controller. TeamViewer is also free to try for personal use; as a result of that, myself and many of my staff were already familiar with the product from our experience supporting friends and family. That feature directly led to us being able to test TeamViewer extensively in everyday use, and as we looked for alternatives to LogMeIn, our familiarity with TeamViewer from personal use helped. LogMeIn previously offered the same free personal-use license but they discontinued that offering, which in my opinion was a very shortsighted move...and one that made me appreciate TeamViewer even more. View full review »
Rasik Chauhan says in a Skype for Business review
User at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable features include video meetings with clients, scheduling multi-party meetings, and keeping track of meetings with each client. View full review »
reviewer1065756 says in a Skype for Business review
User
You can do meetings of up to two hundred people in a single conversation. You can share your desktop with all meeting attendees at the same instant. View full review »
OnyaToochukwu says in an Office 365 review
CEO/Programmer at Tech Elight
The ability to convert Word documents to PDF file is one of the features I love most. Pictures can be pasted into the Word environment and can be converted to PDF. View full review »
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