Brother OmniJoin Review
OmniJoin (formerly Nefsis) provided by Brother is a web conferencing software that can be used for both planned and ad hoc meetings.
All basic features are included in the user interface and arranged in a way to make usage intuitive. The ease of structuring and storing data is a good example of this user friendliness.
The large overall amount of functionalities and possible settings is a minus point in regards to usability, though.
Bottom line: The online meeting service offers a rich set of functionalities which allow for flexible usage in different scenarios. However, this richness is traded for ease-of-use.
Runs on Window XP or later, Mac OS X 10.6 or higher and iOS 6.0+
"OmniJoin" edition: USD 49 per month for online meetings with up to 30 attendees and up to 12 attendees for video conferences;
"OmniJoin Pro" edition: USD 79 per month for web meeting with upt o 50 attendees and up to 20 attendees for for video conferences;
"OmniJoin Enterprise": pricing on request
Single user license
Voice over IP and phone costs
Integrated VoIP and conference call service (with local telephone number)
|Comprehensive set of features|
|Intuitive but complex usage|
|Schedule meetings via online portal|
|Easy installation; additional plugins are needed|
|Pricing and license options are publicly available; cost structure is transparent and easy to understand|
|128-bit AES encryption|
|Runs on Windows and Mac, Mobile device support: iOS 6.0 or higher|
|Overall Score||8.48 / 10|
Review updated: Nov 2013
Price information updated: Nov 2013