WebEx is an audio and video conferencing tool implemented as a collaborative service across NTG.
It is also used to support eLearning within the Department, including real-time online training sessions and remote collaboration.
For Further Information see: NTG WebEx Collaborative Meeting Service
Yes, you can record meeting video, audio and content allowing for playback of meeting or sharing with with others. See WebEx Quick Guide for instructions on recording. Recordings will take up to 30 minutes after a session has finished to become available. The host or alternative host of the session must join and remain in the meeting for the entirety of the session for the recording functionality to work.
Recording retention is yet to be determined.
Some computers have a built in microphone, others require an external device for making calls such as a webcam, headset or a phone. If the other call participant(s) cannot hear you, make sure your microphone is properly connected and not muted - you can do this by going into your computers 'Control Panel', choosing 'Sound' and then the 'Recording' tab.
From WebEx ensure you have hit the button 'Connected to Audio' and follow the prompts.
If your microphone is working and they still can't hear you, they may not have their speakers set up correctly.
The other caller may not have a webcam or they may have their video feed turned off.
Yes, you can still make calls, however they will be voice only calls
You can buy affordable webcams from various office supply and technology shops around the NT.
Download the mobile app via the Apple iOS, Android or Windows App Store.