Today when organizations are distributed at various locations, getting everyone together is a bit difficult at times. For instance, in case of most of the organizations, sometimes half of the team of a company would be based somewhere in the US, and half in some other part of the world. In such cases, web conferencing is a savior! Web conferencing technology is now a mainstream medium through which individuals or groups can meet face-to-face in real time to interact. Web conferencing technology supports sharing of slides (PDF and PPT), video, whiteboard, chat, voice using Asterisk PBX, and desktops. Web Conferencing features include the following: · Asterisk based web conferencing allows instantaneous conference calling where the user can select any group of contacts, or any e-mail or calendar appointment and automatically initiate a conference call to all the recipients · Web conferencing allows to join the Asterisk VOIP based voice conference from within the client using a built-in SIP phone · Hosted Asterisk based web conferencing allows chat with other users including private chat · Web conferencing facilitates to view the presenter's slides and cursor · It helps share a video stream (webcam) with other participants · Web conferencing also facilitates uploading of slides (PDF or any office document supported by Open Office) · In web conferencing, the presenter can mute or eject listeners from the voice conference. In web conferencing, the presenter can share their desktop (yes, even on Linux).For more info,Please visit asterisk pbx Also, don't forget to enjoy the benefits of the best application hosting solutions, such as hosted VOIP PBX, Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, etc., which has become the preferred way for companies to implement business software. About the Author: Adrian Gates ( is a Business Manager with Apps4Rent; which offers Microsoft Exchange Hosting, Windows SharePoint Services, SharePoint Foundation 2010, SharePoint Server 2010, and virtual dedicated servers. Related Articles - Asterisk, PBX, VOIP, Hosted Asterisk, Email this Article to a Friend! Receive Articles like this one direct to your email box!Subscribe for free today!If you are interested in learning more,check out