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Desktop Sharing with Mikogo

Saturday, June 7, 2008

Mikogo

Mikogo Website
Mikogo is desktop sharing software with some handy features including: change presenters, remote control, pause transmission, application selection and file transfer. Use it for online meetings, webinars or technical support (10 users per session).

What do you think of Mikogo?

3 comments
Andrew_Mikogo said...

Hi Patricia,
Thanks for mentioning Mikogo on your blog.
Mikogo is now being used by many teachers for online classes and seminars. If you wish to know more about Mikogo, feel free to contact me.
Regards,
Andrew


Andrew Donnelly
The Mikogo Team
andrew(at)mikogo.com

June 12, 2008 at 9:04 AM  
Eric said...

I work at a large distributed company who also uses GotoMeeting for remote meetings. Mikogo is a great service for relatively small meetings. While not as robust as Gotomeeting, a quick cost/benefit analysis will prove Mikogo a winner (it's free!). It even has some screen annotation tools that other services don't offer. I like it and trust it enough that I've not only used it in the office but also from home to remote onto my brother's desktop to help diagnose computer problems. The only problem I've run into with it is that it will occasionally be blocked by corporate filters (mail/internet) as it's an .exe file.

August 27, 2009 at 7:30 PM  
Amit Misra said...

Mikogo is good. Alternatively, you may have a look at on premise R-HUB web conferencing servers. It works from behind your firewall, hence better security.

July 21, 2016 at 10:06 AM  

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