As businesses switch to remote working, they're faced with the dilemma of which video conferencing software is best to use. Depending on the needs of your business, there are several options available to you, including:
Slack: Slack allows one-on-one video calls on their free plan, while up to 15 people can join calls on their business plans.
Zoom: With the popular Zoom software, up to 100 people can join the same video conference call on an entry-level plan. Up to 500 users can be accommodated in their premium plan tiers.
Microsoft Teams: This is another great option, allowing up to 80 users attend meetings at once.
Other more casual video conferencing tool also exist, including WhatsApp, which allows for up to four users simultaneously; FaceTime, which allows for up to 32 users on Apple devices only; and Google Hangouts, which can host up to ten people at once.