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The reason I need remote desktop/application sharing is so I can walk my clients thru their content management interfaces, or present graphic designs (and give them limited ability to actually use Photoshop, Corel, etc.) to point out, make, or otherwise illustrate the changes they want.
I'd use something like PC anywhere, but I want minimal impact on my clients (aka no downloads, installs, etc.). I also need cross-platform sharing.
Anyone using this as a business tool?
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i also know that you can cut and paste image files into the "drawing area" "as is"....so thats a nice bonus.
Im sure CTRL +C and +V also work in the textpad bit, so maybe it fits?
for example, I'd like to be able to talk him thru the administrator for his content management system. If I was sitting here watching him use my web browser, I could say "no, no NEVER click that button" in advance, instead of hearing him say over the phone "I clicked something, and it said SQL error, data connection no longer available/not found"...
I was planning a trip to educate him on this, but that'd be around $1k, and on a $10k budget, it's not practical.
I've done excellent sales presentations with NetMeeting without a problem. We recently did a sales demo with my team in Dallas, one client in Kansas City, and the client's home office in Denver.