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Does Your Web Conferencing Service Have Platform Harmony? The Value of being Platform Agnostic.

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In todays world of BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) offices, multiple operating systems work environments, and a plethora of personal browser and media platform preferences it can be an IT nightmare to support it all. This makes it all the more important to bring on SaaS solutions that can support it all and remain consistent across all platforms. 

ReadyTalk prides itself on providing a solution that is truly platform agnostic with no downloads necessary. ReadyTalk supports: 

windows/mac/linuxOperating Systems: 

  • ​Microsoft Windows XP+

  • Mac OSX 10.5+

  • Linux 2.6+ kernel

  • Apple iPad: iOS 4.3+


  • ​Internet Explorer 6.0+

  • Firefox 3.6+

  • Chrome 

  • Safari 5.0+

​Multimedia Platforms:

  • ​Flash 9.0.115+ 

  • or Java 1.3.1+


The benefits are numerous as an IT professional rolling out a tool with generous system requirements and live 24/7/365 customer care such as ReadyTalk. Just a few of the many are: 

  • Eliminate the need to individually upgrade a dispersed workforce.

  • Strengthen the case for a BYOD work environment.

  • Less support tickets.

  • Happy employees who have a service that just works when they need it to.

Learn more about ReadyTalk's platform agnostic service today by checking out a free live demo.

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