Thursday, September 29, 2005


I stumbled across Webhuddle when looking into some other online meeting services.  Although I have not yet tried the service, here are some attractive points:

  • Java-based, which means it runs on any OS.
  • Client runs in the web browser and there do not seem to be any browser restrictions, meaning it probably runs fine on Firefox.
  • Thin client — it’s only 100K.
  • HTTPS — secure socket layer connections.
  • Includes VOIP support.
  • Built-in meeting recording.

There is not information on the site about pricing.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Its Free Software, free in both senses, free as free beer and free as free speech.