HD Video Conferencing for Friends and Family
"Happy Birthday" from half a world away...
Even Superman can't see something from 10,000 miles away. But with a little help from WebConference.com™, one family outdid the Man of Steel. Shown here, Captain Mike Rogers contacts his family via video conference from Iraq. The captain was able to say "happy birthday" to his two twin sons from half a world away. A priceless experience for the entire family.
Additionally, web conferencing software is not only about video calls but also about sharing photos and files. No more waiting days or weeks to receive family photos through snail mail when they are too big to send through email. Sharing photos and files can take place instantly, while on a video call and it is reciprocal, and all the attendees can share files mutually.
HIGH ENCRYPTION IN GOVERNMENT AND
WebConference.com™ is transforming a long standing family communication paradigm in time of war by enabling soldiers deployed overseas to attend and participate in milestone family events like birthdays, weddings, new births, etc. Soldiers are now in a position to keep their commitments to their families at the same time they keep their commitment to their country thousands of miles away. Our war fighters will be able to come home from a day on the battlefield and spend virtual time with their families every night using state of the art technology.
WORKS EVEN WHERE VOIP IS BANNED
In countries where VOIP (voice over ip) is banned, services like Skype and many others do not work. This is where WebConference.com™ can help you have those priceless family moments in voip-banned territories like Oman, Myanmar, Burna, Egypt, China, Dubai, Lebanon, Nepal, Uganda, etc. Even Germany banned Voip on the Apple iPhone. WebConference.com™ uses the web friendly but highly secure https protocol to wrap its voice-over-ip technology. Additionally, we use multiple server ip's deployed in strategic world wide locations instead of a domain name like "Skype.com" during the transmisions. This means that VOIP detection systems employed by these countries are not able to detect VOIP calls and it is perfectly legal and secure.
HELP GRANDMA WITH A COMPUTER PROBLEM
One of the most irritating features of Microsoft's "Home Premium", probably the most widely used version of Windows 7 and Vista, is that you can't connect to it via Windows Remote Desktop. So if you're a technical wiz and you need to sort out a problem on grandma's PC via a remote internet connection, you can't. Well, not unless you can persuade grandma that she's actually a professional user and needs a Pro version of Windows.
But rather than paying Microsoft for a Windows upgrade if you need to connect remotely to a home version, there's a much cheaper alternative. WebConference.com™ is an excellent remote control product that allows you to connect to any PC over the internet and drive it as if you were sitting in front of it. You have the option to ask the remote person for permission or in the case of grandma, once she is in the conference, you can simply take over her computer. Another handy feature is that your grandma won't need admin privileges to run the client application, so making the connection to her PC is going to be pretty easy.
BYPASS NAT OR FIREWALLS
Another caveat with Remote Desktop is that you must know the IP address of the host system. Both Remote Assistance and Remote Desktop can be blocked if routers aren't configured to accommodate them. If you thought talking your grandmother through updating her virus definitions was frustrating, wait until you have to ask her to enable port forwarding on her router so you can connect remotely. WebConference.com™ makes it easy for anyone to connect by clicking on a link on an email or by visiting our homepage. There is no software to install initially, so you can immediately communicate using voip and live video.