Are you just getting started with your online meeting software? Or have you hosted a couple of meetings that just haven’t gone as smoothly as you planned, but you just can’t put your finger on why? Then this is definitely the right article for you.
You’ve made the decision to move your meetings to the virtual conference room, and you’ve already figured out how to start a meeting and invite participants. Phew! That means your work is done, and it’s all smooth sailing from here, right? Well… not quite. But you are in fact almost there. Now you just need to follow the five essential Dos of Web Conferencing which we’ve described below. Read More
Way to Go-go, Mikogo! Online Meeting Tools Review, a vendor-independent reviewer of web conferencing and webinar solutions, recently published their annual review and comparison of the best web conferencing and webinar software and Mikogo has landed itself at number 2, with an overall score of 9.28 out of 10! Mikogo climbed one notch in the rankings from its third-place position in 2011, and we have our eye on the top spot for next year, especially on the back of the new Voice Over IP function, which made its debut last week.
As far as global events go, the Olympics are probably among some of the most anticipated, which is very much the case as London 2012 approaches. However with everyone’s eyes on the prize, some may overlook the minor to not-so-minor inconveniences that a global event of this magnitude can cause. Official estimates put the number of tourists due to arrive in London well over numbers that could severely impede your travel time. Why not skip the hassle and have your meetings remotely and from the comfort of your own home/office using Mikogo?
Press Release: Mikogo Online Meetings Compatible with Windows 8
Mikogo’s latest release of its online meeting service, Version 4.6, has been tested successfully on the pre-release version of Microsoft’s Windows 8 making it a sound and reliable desktop sharing service with Windows 8 compatibility.
Mannheim, GERMANY June 21, 2012 – With the recent distribution of Microsoft’s Windows 8 Release Preview, the Mikogo online meeting service announces its desktop sharing functionality compatible with the much-talked about new operating system. As a well-known provider of online meetings for businesses around the world and having now announced Windows 8 compatibility along with releasing Version 4.6 of its own software, Mikogo is ready to provide a smooth transition for anyone moving to Windows 8.