Zoho Meeting is an online meeting platform and webinar solution. Not being able to meet face to face has meant that web conferencing software has been the solution for people to keep in touch. Our last blog explored the benefits of using web conferencing software, as well as tips to find the right solution for you and your business. So in this article from Relativity, the business technology specialists based in Uckfield in East Sussex, we look at Zoho Meeting and its pricing structure, compare its features with Zoom and discuss why it could be a good alternative.

Features of Zoho Meeting and Zoom

Zoho MeetingZoom
Browser- based – no downloads neededLimited features in web client
Does not use third party appsThird party developers can build apps and leverage the platform
No cut-off times40 minutes in the free version
Recording storage is based on the number of recordingsRecording storage is based on the file size
Automated emails and embeddable meeting linksNot available
Integrates with Zoho Projects and Zoho BookingsDoes not integrate with these apps
Pricing form £2 per monthPricing from £12 per month

Privacy and security have priority

Zoho Meeting will need your consent for actions including turning your web camera on and allowing another participant to take control of your computer during the online meeting. All your Personal Identification Information (PII) is safely encrypted meaning any information shared at a meeting cannot be read or interpreted. However, it should also be noted that downloads take up valuable drive space making desktops more vulnerable to security threats.

A FREE plan is available for Zoho Meeting

Zoho Meeting will allow you to collaborate in real time with its integrated audio conferencing letting you share your desktop and carry out in-person meetings with your clients and customers. It has a 14 day free trial after which many scalable options are available including a Free Plan. Pricing starts from as little as £2 – £10 per month for Zoho Meeting and from £12 – £160 per month for the webinar option, and this is more economical if invoiced annually.

  • Free Plan – 2 participants for Meetings and 10 for Webinars with limited features
  • Meeting – for 10 to 100 participants
  • Webinar  – for 25 – 1000 attendees

Contact Relativity for advice on the best package for your business.

What do the reviews say about Zoho Meeting?

G2 is a review site in Chicago focusing on user reviews for business software. In a recent survey, 759 reviews were considered comparing Zoho Meeting with Zoom. The reviewers found Zoho Meeting easier to use, set up and administer.

GetApp reviews, compares, and evaluates business software and has an in-depth comparison of the two products. It reports that both products are worth consideration and they look at how the features, functionality, and pricing stack up against each other. Zoho Meeting gained 90 points with 99% of people saying they would recommend this app.

Finally, FinancesOnline gives reviews for businesses with Customer Satisfaction rated at 99% for Zoho Meeting.

How can Relativity help you with Zoho Meeting?

If you feel we have given you some amazing reasons why Zoho Meeting could be the web conferencing solution you are looking for, please get in touch. To find out more, call us on 01825 280123 or email info@relativity.co.uk.

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