Online-meeting startup MeetingBurner has updated its simple, clean iOS app to support the iPad, the company announced today.
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Online meeting and webinar startup MeetingBurner wants to do what many companies aim to when they enter a crowded market — undercut the competition by offering a better product at a lower price. The company, which today enters its public beta phase, is in a heck of position to accomplish at least part of this goal because it believes 95 percent of its customers will use the well-featured service completely free.
Citrix Online’s GoToMeeting web conferencing service announced today the addition of video conferencing to its line up of popular business services.
The headlines today about the opening of the iPad App Store focus mostly on media apps like Netflix, but there are cool business tools for the device, too. For example, I spend hours every week using Citrix Online’s GoToMeeting web conferencing service — and now it’s available for the iPad.