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LogMeIn Express offers simple screen-sharing solution

LogMeIn has been around for quite awhile now as a very useful free remote access tool for casual users, as well as a commercial remote access tool for corporations. They've now taken the obvious step of putting their technology to use in the form of a screen sharing application called LogMeIn Express. The idea here is that you can quickly share your Windows computer's screen with up to 100...

WebEx now offering remote desktop for the Mac

WebEx, one of the premier providers of web-conferencing software, has announced that their desktop sharing software is available for Apple's OS X operating system. PC users have long known the advantage that WebEx provides - being able to share desktops for online meetings, product presentations, and joint collaboration. Just in time for MacWorld, WebEx has announced that they are expanding their...

Go Yugma yourself, or a colleague

I love Yugma. It is extremely painless to setup, use, and it is free to do it. Yugma is a web-conferencing tool that has excellent annotation tools, easy controls, and a simple sign-up process. It took me little more than ten minutes from sign-up to knowing how to use Yugma's tools and launching my first web conference without the trouble that WebEx usually gives me. I haven't tried Yugma yet...

TeamSlide, yet another online presentation application

TeamSlide is like WebEx, DimDim, ZohoShow, and others that let you present your slides online to viewers. TeamSlide is a full-screen slide-showing and viewing application that doesn't really compete with web-sharing applications, because it is just for slideshows. It is browser-based, so it is effectively cross-platform. It uses PHP and AJAX to weave its magical craft for you and your slide-show...

DimDim, the open-source answer to Webex

DimDim is a free open-source web conferencing client. DimDim is currently in alpha, so beware of bugs, but it has a lot of promise. Currently only Internet Explorer is supported for the presenter, though reportedly other participants can join via Firefox, and other browsers. DimDim is planning to expand to Firefox and Linux in the near future, daily updates available on SourceForge.net. DimDim...