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4 responses to “Another Online ScreensharingTool – and Another Rant About Freemium”

  1. David

    If you think freemium is dumb, you’ll love this http://lmframework.com/blog/2009/06/freemium

  2. Jasmin

    Hi,
    have you ever heard about TeamViewer? TeamViewer is a remote control and desktop sharing solution of the TeamViewer GmbH in Germany (http://www.teamviewer.com). TeamViewer establishes connections to any PC or server all around the world within just a few seconds. You can remote control a partners desktop to give online assistance, or you can show your screen to a customer – all without worrying about firewalls, IP addresses and NAT. TeamViewer also has a lot of other features. All this is free for personal use. Find out why more than 15.000.000 users trust TeamViewer!

    All the best,
    Jasmin
    TeamViewer GmbH Germany

  3. Josh Show Document

    I want to suggest you try http://www.showdocument.com – its an alternative tool for beamyourscreen that allows document sharing and web meeting in real-time. all the participants in the session see each others’ drawing, highlights, etc. It is free and requires no installation.

    Josh

  4. Albert

    If you want more participants, you mostly need to have a paid solution like GoToMeeting, WebEx or GoMeetNow. Out of these, GoMeetNow (http://www.gomeetnow.com) is the most economical.