As you know, we are big fans of Twitter and have been sending out tweets about Mikogo news and social media related news. Thanks to Twitter and a couple of tweets I became aware of people using Mikogo in conjunction with NetDocuments – an easy-to-use online document management service.
Basically, NetDocuments is an online document management service where you can organize & store all of your organization’s documents in one secure location. It has a great and easy to use interface that allows you to organize all your documents in easy to find folders. Plus there is a detailed search function to pinpoint any uploaded document.
Because a user can login and access their account and documents from anywhere around the world, NetDocuments will no doubt prove to be a great service for international companies and teams that need real-time access to their collaborative documents. You could create a document, upload it to your Team account, and let your team members know that the document is there, ready for them to read, download, edit, etc..
One of the great things about NetDocuments that has made it so easy to get started and use, is the website’s support material. On their website you’ll find some great video tutorials for those first-time users. Plus, when you’re logged in to your account there is a “CoolStuff” button that takes you to a page which provides you with a list of tips to improve your use of NetDocuments. Think I’ll be checking out this CoolStuff to learn more on how the Mikogo Team can benefit from using NetDocuments.
New Partnership with NetDocuments
I later got in contact with NetDocuments to discuss the use of Mikogo in conjunction with the use of their service. Following this, we have now established a partnership between our products. NetDocuments becomes the latest web company to join the growing list of Mikogo Partners.
Now as partners, Mikogo and NetDocuments are looking to find ways where the two products can provide a form of integration. e.g. perhaps starting Mikogo sessions within your NetDocuments. Let’s see what the future has in store for us, and for now we are pleased to be partnered with NetDocuments.
Finally, here is one of their videos, available from YouTube. FYI, I found the flash version of the video also on their website which I think makes it a bit easier to view.