Mar 6, '12 by rninformatics
Sure there are plenty of remote meeting apps out there. My first thoughts are those that are less or no cost - what about using your organization's teleconferencing equipment (or even just a plane phone with a speaker phone and or conference lines) and calling into the meeting? Your boss could then e-mail you the presentation or you could utilize desktop sharing software to "share" the presentation online. Or what about using Free Conference Call.com and having your boss or the presenter e-mail the Power Point presentation out to each attendee?
Some vendors/presenters don't like sharing their slides. Many organizations that use Microsoft Outlook can also utilize online meeting via Microsoft Office Communicator. There is also Go To Meeting.com. Both these allow the person hosting the meeting to control slide presentation without actually distributing the content/copy written material.
Why don't you do an Internet search to see what else is out there?
There is no lack of low-tech options to accomplish remote meetings, is it possible that there is a lack of incentive on yor manager's or your organization's part to do so?
Last edit by rninformatics on Mar 6, '12
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