Microsoft is trying to sell you a dongle that plugs into your TV’s HDMI port, is powered via USB and lets you beam media from your tablet or phone. Sound familiar?
Dave King of Salesforce explains how Chatter’s new real-time chat and screen sharing features fit into the company’s vision of the integrated future of enterprise social by bringing “islands of communication” together to create a social Pangaea with Chatter at its center.
Apple has done a lot in terms of pushing sometimes marginal technology to the fore, something it may be able to do with NFC soon, too. But narrowing down that list to a few choice selections that stand out above the rest is surprisingly easy.
Skype 5.2 for Mac, released Tuesday, introduces group screen sharing in addition to group video calling, which has been available since the Skype 5.0 beta for Mac. It’s a good update for pro users, but others might not find it so appealing.
CrunchConnect, a new service from SalesCrunch, is entering private beta today, and it’s worth a look. CrunchConnect’s web conferencing and screen sharing system has some useful features, including the option for participants to sign in via LinkedIn, so others can see their profiles.
The latest beta version of screen sharing app Mikogo has received some updates that make it into a more useful web conferencing tool, including a multi-user whiteboard and an HTML viewer, which means that participants can now join a Mikogo session using only a browser.
Cross-platform screen sharing solution TeamViewer has been updated to version 6, and has added a new Android app. There are many alternatives for screen sharing and web conferencing, but TeamViewer stands out by offering an all-in-one solution for making presentations, connecting to and troubleshooting remote computers.
Now that the online collaboration service Dimdim has been purchased by Salesforce and is being shut down, what alternatives for collaboration, conferencing and screen sharing remain available? Here are a few options that we’ve covered in the past. Prices, features and usability vary greatly.
Web conferencing company Dimdim recently a new one-click screen sharing feature. The new myScreen functionality replaces the old “screencaster” and includes a short permanent “Smart URL” that can be shared with anybody, anytime.
James over at our sister site jkOnTheRun has been trying the latest version of Skype (version 4.1 on Windows (s msft), 2.8…
Web Worker Daily has previously covered ongoing developments around screen-sharing tool Yuuguu (apparently the Japanese term for fusion!), but Aliza’s post on…