Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Using WebEx to demo from your Linux machine

In my unending quest to figure out how to efficiently do a demonstration from my Linux machine, I finally was fortunate enough to come across a solution. Today I did a demonstration for a friends company and they use WebEx. Luckily enough for me I reluctantly tried it first on my Linux machine, but not expecting it to work, and it worked! I was able to do a demo from my Linux machine and it actually worked seamlessly.

So if your company consists of different types of operating systems (windows and linux) and you need software that works on both for employees to share and view demonstrations then take a look at WebEx. It is not free so that is a bummer, but neither is Goto Meeting (which is what we currently use).


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