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Yugma offers screen sharing to Mac, Linux

updated 03:25 pm EST, Wed November 7, 2007

Yugma screen sharing

Yugma recently announced that its web-based screen sharing service is certified to work with all desktop platforms, including Mac OS X and Linux. The software is designed to allow off-site team members to collaborate on a group project, or to provide users with the capability to display desktop contents to many users at once - for a meeting or web-based seminar, for instance - across the internet. Yugma also allows for attendees to contribute to the session using a mouse and keyboard, and it provides whiteboard-type functionality for these users. The basic account is free, but advanced functions and support options are reserved for premium account holders, pricing for which starts at $10 per month. For a complete feature list and video demo of the service, visit Yugma.com.




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