CrossLoop Remote Support Tool

Posted on July 13, 2008. Filed under: General, Software | Tags: , , |

Go over to Ross McKillop’s web site (which is kind of erie since I know a Ross McKillop, but not this particular one) and check out his review of CrossLoop here and here.

Did a test run with my parent’s computer and worked like a charm and have set myself up for an account to assist people online. I have a link on my blog home page. So, if you need help please contact me. I will leave the applet running and you can message me and I can help you.

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Have you ever checked out showmypc.com ? No installations, no registration, and has worked like a charm for me!! – Larry

Eric – you should take one of our CrossLoop badges (Log in -> ‘Promote’ tab) and copy/paste it here on your blog here on the sidebar. See an example on our blog – http://crossloop.typepad.com on the right

We are working on some cool exciting stuff so stay close to our blog

Hi Eric,

You might be interested to check out a news story detailing Richard Cuff’s, a consultant, experience with Mikogo – the free online meeting tool: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2008/04/prweb861354.htm

Mikogo is a screen sharing application that allows you to invite up to 10 participants and host online meetings in real time. You can switch presenter to let a participant share their screen content, as well as access remote keyboard and mouse control.
Other features include: Skype Extra (free calls with free screen sharing), file transfer, application selection, 256 bit AES end-to-end encryption, etc…
No configurations and no costs at all.

The homepage is http://www.mikogo.com where you can get Mikogo for free.

Please feel free to email me. It would be great to hear your opinion on how Mikogo can be a benefit for you and your work. Hope to hear from you.

Regards,

Andrew
The Mikogo Team
andrew(at)mikogo.com


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