I have also used WebEx extensively.
On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 3:01 PM, Randy Noval <[address removed]> wrote:
we use the citrix based gotomeeting all the time.http://www.gotomeeting.com
if you have more than a few (15 i think is the limit) people, they have a webinar version as well.
they also have a free trial you can do before you buy the service.
On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 2:49 PM, Michael Melillo <[address removed]> wrote:
Not sure if the list has ever tackled this, but I need to find a web conferencing service that REALLY works for Mac presenters and doesn't cost a fortune.
The primary goals are training users on how to use websites/software we build and general demo, screen/desktop sharing, presentation, etc.
Having the experience be download free for attendees is essential. I don't mind if the presenters have to download something. For now services that accommodate small groups of attendees is adequate.
I have tried using Adobe Connect, because the download the presenter needs works on mac and the attendees don't need to download anything. The problem is my desktop sharing kept getting kicked off way more than is acceptable in the course of a demo. I tried LiveLook, it wasn't working properly and received no call back from customer service.
Any help based on personal experience would be greatly appreciated!
Preemptive strike... I won't switch back to a PC Victor :)
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