Are you using Mikogo Web Conferences to avoid Swine Flu Infection?

Over the last several days the papers, TV news programs and online media have been riddled with stories regar­ding the swine flu. Many people, in the hund­reds, have been admitted to hospi­tals around the world repor­ting symptoms of the deadly virus. Offi­cials are warning people off crowded places, which begs the ques­tion: Can we prevent ourselves from infec­tion by using web confe­ren­cing as opposed to trave­ling for meetings?

With possible cases and symptoms already appearing in many coun­tries over the world, a pandemic is a clear concern and travel restric­tions are no doubt a wise and safe preven­tive measure. Travel bans and strict quaran­tine restric­tions on travelers are now the hot topic of discus­sion, with the World Health Orga­niz­a­tion expected to make a decision on the pandemic alert level this week that could result in serious impli­ca­tions for travelers.

To gain a clearer under­stan­ding of whether a desktop sharing app like Mikogo can in fact battle the swine flu and prevent infec­tion, we’d like to hear from you — the expe­ri­enced users of Mikogo.

What are your feelings about the current swine flu reports?

Are you more likely to orga­nize web confe­rences during any time of outbreak? Have you consi­dered chan­ging or cance­ling any upco­ming travel plans? Are you more likely to work from home? For what needs do you foresee yourself using web confe­ren­cing in the next days/weeks to avoid trave­ling and expo­sure to swine flu?

Please leave your comments below. Looking forward to hearing your feedback.


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