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I was able to share a variety of files, including photos, Word documents, Web pages and PowerPoint decks.
In my tests, I conducted calls on Windows, Mac, iPad and iPhone, with groups ranging from two to 11 people, who were using a variety of devices. In one call, participants were in London, Brussels, Malaga, Lille, Leuven and Krakaw. Another included a person driving in a car, using a cellular connection. All of the people looked and sounded sharp and smooth.
We were looking for a room scheduling solution for the agriculture and rural development buildings. We ended with Room scheduling and videoconferencing together in a single device.
Before HuddleTec, each time I set up a conference call I had a moment of Russian Roulette as I clicked the “join” button. And 50% of the time, there was some kind of problem.