Recently, Cinesoft announced the integration of Mikogo’s desktop sharing solution with Cerebro – their media project management solution. We are thrilled that this integration took place and to be associated with Cerebro.
Clearly if you are a Mikogo user, you are familiar with our desktop sharing solution. But are you aware of what you can gain from a project management solution like Cerebo?
It was expected that over 700million people worldwide would tune in for last night’s World Cup Final, to see two teams fight for a title that neither had ever won before. As European champions in 2008, Spain went in as favorites, which was reflected in our Facebook competition – 50 people in the Mikogo competition said Spain would win, while less than 20 said the Netherlands would walk away with the trophy. While approximately 300 people entered the competition, Spain’s victory means that there are now 50 people remaining who could win the iPad™. And the winner is…. Read More
Next Tuesday, the 13th July 2010, is Mikogo’s 3rd birthday and we’re inviting you to celebrate with us. Three years ago, Mikogo was released as a free screen sharing tool, with the initial expectation being that it would serve the needs of private users, students, and perhaps the occasional small business user. Well, 3 years later with over 400,000 registered users it is safe to say that Mikogo has developed into a lot more than that.
On Tuesday, we hope that you will all join us in celebrating Mikogo’s birthday by sending us a short birthday message via our Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn page, to share your support for the Mikogo software. Read More
I think it is safe to say that PC woes are often complicated by the lack of user experience and know-how. Am I right? Don’t get me wrong – I include myself as one of those who lacks knowledge (I am far from understanding all those processes running in my computer as I type this blog post now). Take a look at this guy to the right. (It’s not me, if you’re wondering). But if you’ve ever experienced one of those situations with your computer that just about drives you up the wall, then you might understand what he’s feeling. So how do we all get by without being a high-level tech expert? Read More
With products, technology and business methods constantly evolving, many companies need to provide training to their employees while they are on the job. Whether its information on a new computer system being used, or major changes in the products being produced, it is vital for workers to be able to acquire new knowledge rapidly for your company to stay competitive. However, it is not always easy to schedule training classes, conferences and workshops. So what can be done to stay ahead, keep your employees up-to-date, while not losing valuable time? Read More