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  1. Phill Coleman says

    Thanks for your review, glad you like what we’re doing! Just to clarify, it would all work exactly the same “off campus” as the sharing goes via our server so as long as you have a ‘reasonable’ connection both ends there should be no issues. We have even tested it on a dial up 48k modem and it does work but is understandably a tad slower!

    Regards, Phill.
    Yuuguu Dev Team.

  2. Andrew Donnelly, Mikogo Web Conferencing says

    Hi Stephen,
    Have you tried Mikogo for desktop sharing? It’s a very lightweight app that you can use in tandem when in a chat session. Just a 1.6MB download for PCs and 5MB for Macs. And very easy to use. It’s free and you can use it for as many desktop sharing sessions as you want. There are a lot of features included but instead of listing them, I’d suggest you check out the website to see which features interest you the most:
    Feel free to let me know if you have any questions about Mikogo

    Andrew Donnelly
    The Mikogo Team
    Twitter: @Mikogo

Continuing the Discussion

  1. The Distant Librarian linked to this post on July 28, 2010

    Yuuguu: A Desktop Sharing App…

    At his Digital Reference blog, Stephen Francoeur has a comprehensive post and screencast taking a look at Yuuguu , a cross-platform desktop sharing application that may prove to be a nice tool to have in your toolkit. Looks pretty slick!…

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