Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #1073 – Now Available Online

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Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #1073 – Now Available Online

Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly, Issue #1073, was sent to all subscribers on Friday, May 3, 2024, at 7:30 AM, U.S. Eastern Daylight Time.

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3 thoughts on “Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #1073 – Now Available Online

  1. Sandsgrandmother

    What is the safest and best program for video visits with family, as what do people use for business conferences when employees work from home?

    1. infoave Post author

      Hi Carl. You’re going to get “TMI” here because there are so many choices. We’ll give a several with pros & cons for each.

      There is no single “safest” program for video visits, but several well-regarded options prioritize security. Here’s a breakdown of some popular choices, considering both family use and business conferencing needs:

      Factors to Consider:

      Ease of Use: How comfortable are you and your family with technology?

      Security: Does the program offer features like encryption to protect your conversations?

      Features: Does it offer functionalities like screen sharing or fun filters for families?

      Cost: Is there a free version or a paid subscription required?

        Here are your most popular options:


      Pros: Widely used, reliable, free plan for up to 100 participants (limited to 40 minutes per call), offers screen sharing and virtual backgrounds.

      Cons: Security concerns in the past (addressed by the company), requires account creation for some features.

      Business Suitability: Yes, popular for business conferences due to its feature set.

      Google Meet:

      Pros: Easy to use, integrates with Google Workspace accounts, free plan for up to 100 participants (limited to 60 minutes per call).

      Cons: Limited features compared to some competitors.

      Business Suitability: Yes, suitable for business meetings, especially for those already using Google Workspace.

      Microsoft Teams:

      Pros: Integrates with Microsoft Office suite, good security features, free plan with some limitations.

      Cons: Requires a Microsoft account, feature set can be overwhelming for casual use.

      Business Suitability: Yes, widely used for business communication and collaboration.


      Pros: Very familiar to many users, free calls between Skype users, integrates with Microsoft account.

      Cons: Limited free features compared to some competitors, owned by Microsoft so privacy concerns for some users.

      Business Suitability: Can be used for business calls, but not as prominent as the others on this list.

      There are many others as well.

      1. Sandsgrandmother

        I was at a loss, and thank you for helping me.


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