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Topic # 127370 8-Aug-2013 06:27
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I have the need to share my desktop with my clients, generally this is in a 1 vs 1 situation.  I have tried Anymeeting.com and was disappointed with the stutteryness of it.  Obviously upload is a huge fact, however I am on cable and get approx 9-10 Mbps consistently.  So the second factor would be that anymeeting is based in the US and so circumnavigation is a factor.

Are there any products that people reccomend for 1v1 desktop sharing.  I do not want to limit myself to Cloud based products only if there are better options.  This is for sales of a product, so the last thing I want is stuttery slow screen casting.

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  Reply # 873628 8-Aug-2013 06:36
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Cisco gotomeeting. Is a very nice solution. A 30 day trial is availabe at the site http://www.gotomeeting.com.au At about 650 per year it's the shizzel if your in bizzel.

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  Reply # 873636 8-Aug-2013 07:29
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TeamViewer. Super easy for you and customers. You can brand it if you want. You can do ad hoc or set up a set of computers you regularly control. Free for personal use.




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  Reply # 873658 8-Aug-2013 08:24
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  Reply # 873691 8-Aug-2013 09:24
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Thanks, looking through these now!

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  Reply # 873694 8-Aug-2013 09:30
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Skype has screen sharing as well.

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  Reply # 873696 8-Aug-2013 09:33
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Skype does this as well for free along with Teamviewer. Although with Skype you also get the benefit of Video/Audio conferencing.




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  Reply # 873718 8-Aug-2013 10:31
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billgates: Skype does this as well for free along with Teamviewer. Although with Skype you also get the benefit of Video/Audio conferencing.

I believe teamviewer has some kind of voice and/or video conferencing but Ive never tried them, I've always been on Skype while using team-viewer

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  Reply # 873719 8-Aug-2013 10:34
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  Reply # 873985 8-Aug-2013 16:19
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I like https://join.me/ by LogMeIn, browser based for the "viewer" end so no software install needed.

The software install for the "presenter" is small, easy to use and deals with multiple monitors pretty well.

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  Reply # 874023 8-Aug-2013 17:33
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Teamviewer works really well for desktop sharing and webinar's.



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  Reply # 874236 8-Aug-2013 21:16
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Lots of options, I am going to test a few beofre next week. I do like the idea of the not having to have my customers install software, however frustrating the servers generally go to the US, which isnt always the best connection..

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  Reply # 874259 8-Aug-2013 21:38
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chiefie: Google Hangout.


That's what I use with my daughter in the US. Can do video and screen share.




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