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December 24, 2012


Luke Stollings

A solution I've used a couple of times for sharing screens (including requesting mouse control) is join.me, which allows sharing with up to 250 people at a time! It does not offer any video of the presenter. It also has "internet calling" which I assume means a VOIP line to speak on, though I haven't used it. Your end users/screenshare recipients don't have to register to join a session. It also seemed to work at my company, even though most people don't have rights to install software on their work PCs. I've used it to give remote computer support to my Dad. Works like a charm!

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