Just click the link to join a meeting and LoopUp calls your phone – simple as that. And it’s one more click to share your screen or add video for more engaged meetings. Create invites directly from Outlook or your browser. No training required, and no downloads for guests to join.
If your business needs to close an office in response to coronavirus, you’ll need an effective remote meeting solution to stay connected. But as more firms move to large-scale remote working, VoIP-based web conferencing platforms are struggling to deliver a reliable, high quality service.
With LoopUp, all audio is carried over regular phone lines, so audio quality is 100% reliable. LoopUp is available for single users, or as an enterprise solution for the whole firm.
Click the join link and LoopUp calls your phone - always over tier-1 managed networks and never over the public internet
One-click screen sharing and video for more engaged meetings - visibility, security and control on all your calls
And by really, we mean ‘really’. No training required, and no downloads for guests
Over 7,000 organizations around the world trust LoopUp with their important remote meetings – from major multinationals to fast-growing SMEs, public sector bodies and professional services firms, including 20 of the top-100 global law firms.
Around the world, businesses are now planning for the very real possibility of having staff work from home for a period of weeks or months. Firms are responding to suspected or confirmed cases of coronavirus by closing offices, and an increasing number of local authorities are recommending that workers stay at home, if possible, to delay the spread of coronavirus. Read More
As the situation regarding coronavirus develops, LoopUp’s business continuity team has implemented a series of measures to safeguard service delivery to our customers and protect our employee wellbeing. We are monitoring global developments, and our response in each region is based on the local situation and guidance. Read More
In the event that employees are required to work from home, businesses need an effective remote meeting solution to communicate effectively with staff and maintain business continuity. But VoIP-based web or video conferencing solutions may not be suitable for large-scale remote working. Increased home working puts the public internet under increased strain, and remote meeting participants may find that they don’t have sufficient bandwidth for reliable audio. Read More