Skype (the personal edition) is a free web meeting, video conferencing, and VoIP software. The free version includes audio and video Skype-to-Skype calls, ability to call mobile phones and landlines, paid international calling, and conference calling capabilities for up to 25 people. - A one stop bet for all professional connectivity requirementsSkype is used as a primary means of communication across the organization. People use it to communicate as well as share screens. Also it is very very convenient to use Skype for video calls. Also the integration of Skype with Lync makes it all the more valuable for my organization. Also it helps us to get our technical issues sorted by using screen share and the ability to transfer control helps a lot. You can transfer control to the technician and he can do the fix himself so you don't have to scratch your head worrying about where to get the job done.,Video calls: The best application for video calls. It automatically adapts to your connection speed and the video call is adjusted accordingly. Also, the clarity of audio and video is great. Communication: It has a great interface for texting. The use of emoticons makes it meaningful to send across your message more effectively. Screenshare and transfer control: You can share your screen and also transfer control to someone who is trying to help you from another system and it is very very convenient. Form groups: You can organize your contacts by forming groups.,Calls drops: I think this is inherent in any calling software and there is always room for improvement in this area Interface: Probably Skype can make the user interface more friendly for new users. Pricing plans for premium users can be made more affordable for individual licenses.,9,It has considerably reduced the capital expenditure required to maintain a huge number of computers as we hire fewer technicians to serve more needs. It is reasonably cheap for a large organization and will hardly reflect in your expenses yet the effects can optimize the operations in a great way.,Lync and WebEx Meetings,WebEx Meetings,,,Screen share Transfer control Video calls,Transfer control for even helping someone with PowerPoint and giving training,May be if it can be integrated with Microsoft Outlook that would be very helpful.,10,No,Price Product Features Product Usability Analyst Reports,I think I would still go for Skype because it has met our expectations in every way.,Yes,10,No,My Skype was crashing everytime I tried to transfer the file. I contacted Microsoft and the support and the steps they provided worked like a charm for me.,Video call Texting Screenshare Transfer control,File Transfer,Yes, but I don't use it,9Skype! It incredibility good softwareSkype is being used by our organization to communicate meetings amid our employees and enhance the sales potential of our company. We believe in quality and quick communication so Skype has helped us a lot in achieving our goals. We use it on company level and it always remained as our integral voice and video communication and calling software.,Effective communication by Skype Quick response by customer support team No technical issues Better voice and video quality Screen sharing option,Premium charges are quite expensive Stagnant layout Missing WhatsApp features,9,Sales enhancement Better client dealing More conversion ratio,Zoom,Zoom,10,5,Live calling Employees management Client innovation,10,No,Price Product Reputation Third-party Reviews,Don't know,Bug fixing Programming Installation,8,Yes,10,No,Screen sharing Group calling Video calling,Customer support Bug fixing Premium purchase,Yes,10
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High quality audio (64)
High quality video (62)
Low bandwidth requirements (61)
Mobile support (54)
Desktop sharing (55)
Whiteboards (23)
Calendar integration (36)
Meeting initiation (47)
Integrates with social media (30)
Record meetings / events (29)
Slideshows (29)
Live chat (54)
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Skype (the personal edition) is a free web meeting, video conferencing, and VoIP software. The free version includes instant messaging, audio and video Skype-to-Skype calls, the ability to call mobile phones and landlines, paid international calling, and conference calling capabilities for up to 25 people. During video sessions, users also have the option to share their screen with other participants. Other distinctive features include background blurring, voice and text translation, location share, conversation search, and integration with Microsoft's Digital Assistant, Cortana.

This version of Skype works on phones, desktop, tablet, browsers, Alexa, and Xbox. Users can call landlines and mobile phones from around the world by paying for Skype Credit or signing up for Skype subscriptions, a monthly contract for users who only need service to specific regions. Users can also pay to have a local phone number through Skype Numbers, so that they can answer phone calls from their desktops, tablets, or smartphones. They can also send SMS text messages and share their location using the Skype mobile app.

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