Note: The following information relates to older Business and Enterprise subscriptions that are no longer offered by StarLeaf but that your organization may be still be using. For information about the current StarLeaf licenses and plans, go to Host license types.

About meeting subscriptions

One meeting subscription allows you to have, at the same:

  • One ad hoc meeting
  • One in-use scheduled meeting

An in-use scheduled meeting means that one or more participants are currently dialed in. This means that you can schedule any number of meetings. Those meetings can overlap in time, but with only one meetings subscription, only one scheduled meeting can have participants at any time.

A meetings subscription also allows you to have one ad hoc meeting, and this can be in use at the same time as the scheduled meeting.

There are two types of meeting subscriptions that StarLeaf offer: Business and Enterprise. See the table below for the features included in each subscription.

Business and Enterprise subscriptions

SolutionBusinessEnterprise
Maximum participants per meeting20100
StarLeaf app (software endpoint) for everyone in your organization
StarLeaf Scheduler for Outlook and Google
Global audio dial-in
Interoperability with H323, SIP, Skype for Business
Integration with Microsoft Teams
Join meetings from your browser
Choice of data jurisdiction
Service level agreement (99.999% availability)
Spotlight meetings (townhall/all-hands meetings)
Active Directory user sync (Okta, Azure AD)
Branding

The StarLeaf Encore recording service is available as an extra for either subscription. For more information go to Recording a meeting.

A meetings subscription allows you to have, at the same time:

  • one ad hoc meeting
  • AND
  • one in-use scheduled OR permanent meeting

An ‘in-use permanent meeting’ means that one or more participants are currently dialed in. This means that you can create any number of meetings, either scheduled or permanent. Those meetings can overlap in time, but with only one meetings subscription, only one scheduled or permanent meeting can have participants at any time.

A meetings subscription also allows you to have one ad hoc meeting, and this can be in use at the same time as the scheduled meeting.

There are two types of meetings subscriptions which determine the maximum number of participants that you can have in a scheduled or permanent meeting at any one time:

  • Business meetings subscription: allows up to 20 participants
  • Enterprise meetings subscription: allows up to 50 participants

Meetings subscription features

The meetings subscription also includes:

  • StarLeaf app (software endpoint) for everyone in your organization
  • Everyone in your organization can schedule their own meetings
  • All scheduled meetings have global audio dial-in numbers
  • Interoperability with standards-based video conferencing equipment
  • Scheduled meeting invitations provide details of how to join from third-party equipment (Cisco, Polycom, Lifesize, Skype for Business, etc.)
  • Click-to-Call browser video calling is available for all scheduled meetings
  • StarLeaf Schedulers for Outlook Exchange Server, Office 365, and Google Calendar
  • Service Level Agreement
  • Choice of data jurisdiction

Additional option: Recording