Using online meeting software is commonplace in business. If you haven’t hosted a meeting using GoToMeeting, WebEx, Zoom or a host (no pun intended) of other software products, chances are you have likely attended an online meeting yourself, as it’s increasingly necessary for individuals to meet online and share screens, video feeds, documents and side-conversations with up to hundreds of people at a time.
While online meetings can save companies time and travel expenses, the ability to record such meetings presents a unique challenge when litigation is involved. A quick review of the major meeting software products listed above shows that all include the ability for meetings to be recorded and saved for later use. Most allow the recording to capture not only what the speakers on the call say, but any screens that are shared, side conversations that occur in the “chat” window and a full list of participants who have logged into the meeting.
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