Wow! I am beyond impressed with this online collaboration tool. I’m also equally bewildered that I’ve not come across it before since it’s been out since 2007!!! I intend to write a full review of it later this month…
In the meantime, haul-it over to http://dimdim.com to “check it out”. It certainly is a contender to replace “big-time” web meeting software products like WebEx or Blackboard…and is a quite a bit less expensive!
Quick Rundown of DimDim Features:
Share: PowerPoints, PDFs, your desktop…
See and Hear Everything: A video/audio conference environment…
Follow Along on the Web: Open and see web pages and flash environments in the meeting (including YouTube videos, and other media types)
Integration with Outlook and other calendars…
Multi-User Integration: controlled or uncontrolled annotations
…and it’s totally FREE for up to 20 people! I would love to know if any of you are using it. I will review it further in a future post.
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Thanks for the great words about Dimdim. Definitely let me know when you do your review and if I can help in any way.
Kevin Micalizzi, Community Manager
Dimdim Web Conferencing
While looking into online meeting solutions, drop by the Mikogo websiteto check out our free desktop sharing tool. Mikogo is quick and easy-to-use and allows you to share any screen content with your meeting participants. Ideal for online meetings, presentations, elearning, and remote support. And free for both businesses and private users.
I’d be happy to answer any questions you may have about our software, so please feel free to contact me.
All the best,
The Mikogo Team
you might want to look at HyperMeeting for online meetings from HyperOffice. What sets the solution apart is that it is fully integrable with HyperOffice’s collaboration suite.
Additionally, web conferencing appliances from RHUB, allows businesses to easily conduct live web conferences and record entire online video conferences.