This Is Your Business, Virtually. Video conferencing has long been hyped as the corporate killer app, but the technology has been glitch-prone and expensive. A revamped 'telesuite' at New York's venerable Waldorf-Astoria is a baby step into a virtual future. By Elisa Batista. [Wired News]
I remember the old times, when we were all playing with the first phone and video conferencing applications, the quality was awful but, hey, we were connected at 14.4Kbs, or maybe 28,8Kbs, we could not expect more, right?
Well, now I have at least 10 times more bandwidth, but apparently the problem has not been solved. What's up?
Now, I want to use video vonferencing, and I don't want to may phone bills to place long distance calls, but I cannot find an application that works for me. Here's what I need:
- Must work on MacOS X 10.2
- Must extist a verion for Windows or be compatible with some other app working on Windows.
- Does not have to be free, but I want to test it before buying
- If it works trough firewalls it would be much better, but I can live with "full-peer only"
Anything out there?