Dimdim offers excellent provisions to interact with your friends, colleagues, friends and customers. It allows you to collaborate with your peers in real time. It is an amazing web meeting service that lets users share their programs saved on their desktops. With the help of this tool you can easily share your desktop items, slide shows, talks, offline chats via a webcam. All this can be done without any need for a software download.

The latest version of this software to hit the market is Dimdim 4.0. This version has an inbuilt feature of recording your meetings. You can further share the URLs of your saved data and put it on display at websites. This helps you to easily share the latest developments or important data with your colleagues and peers via online. In addition, this tool lets to attend the presentations of multiple attendees at a time. Thus you can have multiple presenters to share their whiteboard, webcam as well as desktop with you.

This application is advantageous to the Mac users. These users can share their presentations with any one via their browser. When you download this application, you get a conference call account for free. You can also announce about the private meetings to the attendees with the help of this application. You simply have to dedicate a meeting key. Then only those who know about the meeting and your meeting key will be able to attend the online meeting. This application has an easy to use interface and can be used by novice users.

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  1. I would have to say that I prefer the Remote Access software from Proxy Networks over all the others I have tried, and I have tried just about all of them. You just can’t beat the flexibility these programs provide, and I honestly could not even measure the travel expenses they have saved me…

  2. A different alternative to consider is the appliance approach to conferencing. It’s much more secure, there are no monthly fees like Webex or gotomeeting, and many other benefits. There is a 4-in-1 hardware that you own that includes web conferencing, remote support, remote access, and webinars by RHUB. Take a look:


  3. Hi!

    Have you checked out Mikogo? It’s a freeware cross-platform app ideal for web conferencing, online meeting and remote support. With it, you can share your screen live over the Web with up to 10 others. It includes many features and is easy to use. Drop by http://www.mikogo.com for more info or feel free to contact me if you have any questions.


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