FreeConferenceCall.com and CarrierX founder and CEO, Dave Erickson, joined a panel of other key CEOs at the Telecom Exchange New York’s CEO Roundtable. The panel tackled myths and realities surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT).
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Based on extensive employee ratings, 95 percent of FreeConferenceCall.com employees say it’s a great workplace. And 100 percent of employees agree it’s a great atmosphere. Pretty impressive, right? For more details, check out a comprehensive summary of ratings.
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International Conferencing Update
We are excited to add Algeria to our ever-growing list of countries with free international conferencing and a local in-country dial-in number.
Participants in Algeria can now create their free accounts which include high-definition audio, screen sharing and video conferencing with up to 1,000 participants without cost. Other recent additions to our global roster include Afghanistan, Tanzania and India. View list of all available countries.
International conferencing just got better, as FreeConferenceCall.com released the most updated version of its services in-language to a group of non-English speaking majority countries.
New Features Available
Until recently, global customers had access to an audio-only platform. Now, longtime users and new users alike can get free accounts featuring high-definition audio, screen sharing and video conferencing, recording, customizable Meeting Wall, security features, desktop and mobile apps, integration with popular collaboration tools and more.
Congratulations to tech integrator, Kat Tacea! FreeConferenceCall.com For the Classroom awarded Kat an Amazon Echo last weekend for demonstrating the innovative use of tech in the classroom. Kat is a teacher and librarian at Lafayette Elementary School in the Long Beach Unified School District.