Which tool should I use for web conference? It depends on what you want to do.

Google Meet is great for on-the-fly, as-needed communication or for smaller team meetings. Zoom is recommended for academic usage, including in the classroom. 

Our comparison chart provides more information on university-supported tools, as well as a summary of the features and best uses for each application. 
 
  Zoom Basic (Free) Zoom Pro (Request License) Google Meet (Free)
Recommended Use Academic use, including class meetings, faculty office hours, guest speakers, small group work. Note: all St. Edward's students, faculty and staff can log in to Zoom with their university credentials to access a Basic account. Academic use, including class meetings, faculty office hours, guest speakers, small group work.  Note: To request a Pro license, faculty and staff can submit a case to OIT support.  Informal use by students, small group collaboration, on-the-fly meetings, small team meetings
Scheduling Options On-the-fly meetings, scheduled meetings On-the-fly meetings, scheduled meetings On-the-fly meetings from within Gmail, scheduled meetings
Mail and Calendar Integrations Gmail, Outlook Gmail, Outlook Gmail
Account Login Use St. Edward's login Use St. Edward's login Use St. Edward's login
Max Users (Video/Audio) 100 100 25
Multiple Presenters Yes Yes Yes
Share Screen Yes Yes Yes
Record Meeting Yes - You would need to save the recording locally to your computer and share the file as a .mp4. Yes - Recordings would be stored in the cloud, a link would then be available to be able to share out. (Ex. You could share a link within a course.) Recordings can be over 40 minutes in length. No Recordings
Meeting Length Limitations If 3 or more participants join, the meeting will time out after 40 minutes. 

No time limit

No time limit
Mobile App Yes Yes Yes

WebEx is used for both academic and administrative use, such as scheduled meetings, events and training sessions. WebEx will be decommissioned in October of 2019.