We performed a comparison between Cisco TelePresence and GoToMeeting based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two Virtual Meetings solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The most valuable features of Cisco TelePresence are the basic standard features and the ease of use. Additionally, the configuration and integration are exemplary."
"TelePresence allows our customers to have a quick meeting while traveling and still be effective. It saves time and money."
"Pricing is reasonable. It's not expensive. The pricing is one of the great selling points for the product."
"The solution worked well specifically for audio meetings."
"It was just chosen because somebody at the company said, "We need a meeting thing. Hey, go find a meeting thing." It wasn't me, but somebody else in the organization was like, "Alright, let's use GoToMeeting. It's free.""
"GoToMeeting's low latency is crucial because everybody is using VPN to connect to their PCs at work. The sound and video quality are solid, and the whiteboarding features were especially useful. The administrative side of it was fairly simple and intuitive to use."
"It works, it's reliable."
"The price of Cisco TelePresence overall should be reduced."
"Sometimes we'll run into issues where firewall rules aren't set correctly and won't work."
"GoToMeeting breaks down a lot. We're not sure if it's breaking down, but we start getting very erratic community channels. I don't know if it's because of GoToMeeting or if we're not buying enough bandwidth. Maybe it is just the infrastructure that it's running on. I'm not quite sure."
"The solution could scale a bit easier if you need to add more people to meetings."
"The solution could always be more secure."
"Using GoToMeeting in a meeting-sized conference room is kind of a letdown. The camera is supposed to track the speaker and focus on that person so that they can be on the screen. That feature rarely worked. We tested it thoroughly, so maybe it was an issue with the size of the conference room. It may not be suitable for large conference rooms."
GoToMeeting web conferencing software makes it simple and cost-effective to collaborate online with colleagues and customers. Best of all, meeting participants can share their webcams in high definition, so you can enjoy more personal interactions _ without needing a complicated setup.
Cisco TelePresence is ranked 16th in Virtual Meetings with 2 reviews while GoToMeeting is ranked 15th in Virtual Meetings with 5 reviews. Cisco TelePresence is rated 8.0, while GoToMeeting is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Cisco TelePresence writes "Responsive support, reliable, and integrates well". On the other hand, the top reviewer of GoToMeeting writes "It features low latency, which is crucial because everybody is using VPN to connect to their PCs at work". Cisco TelePresence is most compared with Webex, Zoom, Polycom RealPresence Clariti, Cisco Meeting Server and Skype for Business, whereas GoToMeeting is most compared with Zoom, Skype for Business, Adobe Connect, TeamViewer and BlueJeans Meetings. See our Cisco TelePresence vs. GoToMeeting report.
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