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    I have a friend who has a mac and he asked if I knew of a good webinar software to use on a mac.. He needs all the standard webinar stuff plus desktop sharing and possibly voice as well..

    Any suggestions? If more details are needed I can find out ...

    Thanks in Advance!!

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    Last edited by HelloNNNewman; 01/14/2011 at 01:52 AM.
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    I will tell you this... I've been through a ton of webinar sessions for work and the most-used service is Citrix - GoToMeeting. Works great on Windows or Mac. You can get a 30 free trial too. It's a great service.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelloNNNewman View Post
    I will tell you this... I've been through a ton of webinar sessions for work and the most-used service is Citrix - GoToMeeting. Works great on Windows or Mac. You can get a 30 free trial too. It's a great service.
    I've used a webinar Maaaaaaaaaybe once... Why do you like gotomeeting.. ?

    (cut posts and merge to thread?)

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    lol... I like it because it's simple, everyone who is in the groups we meet with is familiar with it, and you can move between multiple speakers and demos easily.
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    Hmm I may need to play with it bc I KNOW I'm gonna get 42 million questions

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    And it is the one that the federal government uses!

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    Quote Originally Posted by verwon View Post
    And it is the one that the federal government uses!

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    Where did you read that..??

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    Didn't have to read it. My ex works for the feds and had to get the software for it.

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    From what he told me.. He said he wanted to network a webinar.. Which didn't really make sense as it sounded like a local server using webinar software... So I wasn't really sure if such a thing edisted... But I'll have him try goto meeting this weekend


    Just don't want to steer him in the wrong direction... I dated his wife before he met her and don't want him to think I'm intentionally giving bad advice... I dunno why he would but still

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    With GoToMeeting (we use it with municipalities like the City of Chicago) there's no networking. You install a small app on your computer and host or join a webinar or on-line meeting. Everything ties through Citrix and the webinars and meetings can be attended from any Windows or Mac computer very easily.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelloNNNewman View Post
    I will tell you this... I've been through a ton of webinar sessions for work and the most-used service is Citrix - GoToMeeting. Works great on Windows or Mac. You can get a 30 free trial too. It's a great service.
    RHUB Webinar Appliance (Web Conferencing, Remote Support - RHUB Appliances). It is a one-time payment and you don't need to pay recurring monthly fee. It is the most cost-effective solution in the market. It works on both PC and Mac.

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