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Hands on Mouse and KeyboardGetting setup with a new software system can seem like a daunting and time-consuming task. First you have to ensure your system is compatible and proceed with a lengthy installation process. This is far too much for most, so companies will regularly seek the assistance of professionals to complete the work.

As remote work becomes more commonplace, companies are taking advantage of being able to fully complete a software installation without even stepping on-site. This is a great time saver for all involved but it’s important to know how to deploy software remotely and when remote installations are appropriate.

Adam Bluemner lives in this world of remote work which is why we picked his brain about the recent developments he has seen and how this is affecting software and internet businesses worldwide.

To better understand what is involved in a remote software installation and how it can apply to your line of work, read on for our interview with Adam.

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effective remote team managementThanks to the Internet, there are other ways to work a professional job besides a traditional workplace setting. Many people choose a virtual setting for employment due to the independence it offers, among other things. However, while remote work arrangements do have their advantages, they also come with their own unique challenges.

For remote team supervisors, keeping their team interconnected, on track, and productive can become tricky. With the challenges imposed by many team members working in different locations, how is a remote team leader to keep his or her team on point and going strong? Well, it starts with reinforcing best practices for effective remote team management, and understanding why these practices are successful in getting results.

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Highlights of MikogoMikogo recently celebrated its 7th birthday (July 13th) and we would like to thank you for the pleasure of working together over the last seven wonderful years.

Like all start-ups, Mikogo started out as nothing more than an idea from our founders, Erik Boos and Mark Zondler. The idea blossomed into a small business with just a few software users and has since grown into a global provider of an advanced screen sharing software solution with over 1 million users. We could not have come this far without you.

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Businessman Raises His HandAre you looking for an alternative to in-person sales presentations while making more pitches in less time? Via use of screen sharing software, an online sales demonstration sure can be a great substitute and, for many, is as good as being there. A salesperson can easily showcase a new product or service’s features to prospects, and they don’t even have to be in the same room.

Aside from the obvious benefit of convenience, there are many other ways in which an online demo improves the sales process. Sales reps can better allocate their time and not be road warriors peeling rubber to get from one on-site demonstration to the next. Prospects can see how a product or service would be of value, but without the formality and more time-consuming demands of a face-to-face gathering.

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Happy BirthdayThe Scavenger hunt had just finished: Congratulations to Alex for finding all 7 presents first!
Mikogo turns 7 this year on July 13th, and we would like to invite you to celebrate with us! We just have one problem — we have misplaced our birthday presents! They are all hidden across our website and we will need your help to find them.
Join us for the Mikogo Birthday Online Scavenger Hunt and help us find the presents. The winner will receive a free one-year Mikogo Professional Plan and a Surprise Mikogo Birthday Present!

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