Entries from EnhancED tagged with 'conferencing'

Video Conferencing: Zoom.us Gets a Few More Things Right

We've all used (and reported on here) a number of video conferencing options over the years. Many do a very good job at their appointed task, but very few come close to ticking off all the boxes that make for...

Hands-on with “On Air” (a Google+ Hangouts Tool)

By Dan Beeby, Jami Carlacio, Brian O'Hagan, and Steve Welsh Google+ offers a number of features that aim to rethink how people stay in touch and keep connected. One of the social network’s features that provides a unique tool for...

FreeConference for Conference Calls

The next time you need to set up a conference call, you might consider using FreeConference. The company offers a simple and reliable teleconferencing service for little or no cost that can accommodate up to 150 people per call....

Group Collaboration with Wiggio

Wiggio focuses on group collaboration, providing email, chat, conference calling, and meeting space in one place. The Wiggio toolset is extended by integrating text messaging and social networking tools such as Facebook. Wiggio is targeting academic and student groups as...

Desktop Sharing for Demonstration, Teaching or Support

There are a number of ways to "live broadcast" your desktop to audiences small and large. They include tools like VNC, Adobe Connect, Skype, iChat... the list goes on. One stands above the others for ease-of-use, cost, and compatibility: Zoho...

Web Video Conferencing with Dimdim (Updated)

Dimdim.com offers free web video conferences for up to 20 participants. The service is fairly simple to use, but highly customizable. Invitees need a browser with Flash support, but do not need a Dimdim account to participate. In under ten...

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