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I would not use any of these tools, I currently use Microsoft Shared View for handling personal online meetings.
the site is free and is one of the best software gems out there... but please get your facts straight....
Don't you really mean Mikogo? And don't you have a contact email Jack? If not don't contact me anymore.
I've been using "Go to Meeting" to work with my web designer and to show my company how our new site is progressing. It allows her to demonstrate the way the site will work and gives our employees the oppertunity to ask her questions. It's a very effective tool, making the design process go faster... much better than the old "Design, change, redesign, change" method.
goto meeting is not free if I remember correctly has that changed? Also, some of our clients have been haveing a helicious time with win7 pro with the citrix bug they are unwilling to fix... I will check to see if it is free...
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