Webconferencing has attracted a lot of attention from corporations and from environmentalists. Corporations are interested in the time and money saving properties a web conference has over traditional meetings. Environmentalists are excited at the possibilities of using technology to reduce travel because of how it reduces CO2 emissions and saves the environment. To say the least, many people stand to benefit from the use of the webconference – and many people already are with Mikogo. Read More
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The best ideas are sparked through collaboration. But how can a writer in Chicago brainstorm with another in London? Or how can Mary, a software engineer in Silicon Valley, collaborate on system design with James, a database designer in Manhattan? The answer lies in business collaboration software.
Desktop sharing is one such form of software, and is a fast and effective way to get the job done when collaborating online. Why wait for several emails to be sent back and forth across the city, country or world, if you have the opportunity to share and discuss the work over the Web? Read More
Remote desktop support uses technology to allow IT support specialists to view a user’s desktop screen over a network or the Internet to solve and troubleshoot problems and to provide instructions to the user. Alternatively, remote keyboard and mouse control can also be used to allow the IT specialist to actually take control of the user’s computer, of course with the consent of the user. Already you are most likely imagining the different use cases that remote desktop technology can be employed for. The question is what are the advantages for your company? Read More
As the workforce in many companies spreads out and project teams are created that include members from different regions, different time zones, and even different countries, face-to-face meetings in physical conference rooms are being replaced — or at least supplemented — with meetings in the virtual space. So how can you prepare yourself for your next online meeting in order to offer an experience that compares with sitting shoulder-to-shoulder, sharing ideas, coffee and donuts? Read More