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Web conferencing

A videoconferencing session via the Internet. In order to interact with other participants, attendees use either a Web application or an application downloaded into their client machines. Web conferencing offers advantages over traditional room-based videoconferencing because applications such as collaborative Web browsing, file transfer and application sharing are easily supported over the Internet. Web conferencing first appeared in the late 1990s with products such as PlaceWare, Microsoft's NetMeeting and IBM's Sametime. See Webinar and videoconferencing.
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Employees use Microsoft Exchange Online for email and calendaring; they take advantage of Microsoft Lync Online to connect via webconferencing and instant messaging; virtual teams are collaborating on projects using Microsoft SharePoint Online; and employees are adopting the Yammer Enterprise social networking platform for messaging and collaboration.
From the instant messaging, desktop sharing and webconferencing capabilities in Lync to surfacing project-related email messages through Outlook, Office 365 gives the company the efficient and global communication tools it needs to be agile and responsive.
lt;p>In one example, Dennerline said the company's ASR 1000 router now includes Cisco's Webex webconferencing capabilities, which means, for example, that 300 people in a corporate headquarters facility could join a Webex session on a corporate LAN, instead of each of the 300 individuals being required to reach out to a networking cloud to be part of a global Webex session.
cam allows for joint collaboration on a PDF document in real time; other capabilities for this suite include storing and sharing files, webconferencing, and serving as a central location for collecting data.
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FHWA provides instructions to registered participants on how to view the speakers' slide presentations using Webconferencing tools.
Webconferencing allows you to hold live, interactive meetings and presentations over the internet, and can involve large numbers of participants.
The use of videoconferencing, audioconferencing, webconferencing, and computer collaboration to replace business travel is growing, but barriers to its widespread proliferation remain.
Porsche (who brought us the classic Porsche 911 sports car), the camera boasts a host of useful features, including Webconferencing and image-voice annotation, a 3x zoom, and enhanced image processor.
All you need to participate in Webconferencing is a computer with Internet access and a phone line.