Citrix Online GoToWebinar 4.0

Feature-packed webinar software.

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    4.00 / 5
  • User Rating

    1.50 / 5 (of 4 Reviews)
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    $ 99.00 (AUD)

User Reviews:

Adam

0.0

1

Pros
None
Cons
Does NOT work on my computer
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Since I choose Linux over other options these webinars won't work for me. I will be recommending its discontinuation to the association that is using it.

Gail Gardner

3.0

2

Pros
Non-OS specific Webinar Solutions
Cons
GoToWebinar
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People interested in offering Webinars need to understand that GoToMeeting and GoToWebinar do not support Linux, Ubuntu, Linux Mint and many other operating systems.

That means you are automatically excluding part of your target audience and missing out on some of the best and brightest who may be interested in what you have to offer. What percentage depends on whether your industry has many early adopters or techies in the audience.

Because GotoWebinar requires users to download and install there are more technical challenges even for Windows users than Web-based Webinar solutions.

GotoWebinar IS a good solution and one of the earliest and leading Webinar platforms - as long a your audience doesn't use Linux.

jake

0.0

3

Pros
same old same old proprietry software
Cons
Does not work for linux
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Today is the 8th webinar I've been emailed the links to that DON'T work for Linux

Asher Bond

2.5

4

Pros
open-source
Cons
SaaS that doesn't work on certain personal computers.
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I think it's a real shame that web-based software-as-a-service would work on a specific kind of personal computer or two. Interoperability should really be what customers expect from a SaaS provider. A huge reason why SaaS has gone to web is that web is supposed to be a platform for interoperability. Linux is really an excellent choice of operating system and should not be excluded from a SaaS communications platform. Companies who make the decision to ignore or exclude Linux users are excluding many software developers who may have otherwise watched their webinar or even pitch their platform.

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