Have you ever had a teleconference where numerous people are huddled around a speaker phone, talking to remote contributors dialing in from various locations? “Okay, is everybody on page 3 of the presentation? Do you see the graph on the lower right, third line down to the left, now the implication of this item is….” “Wait, wait – what page are you on?” “I didn’t hear what you said, could you repeat that?”… Know what I mean?
Body language, facial expressions, tone of voice, and hardcopy handouts are all important aspects of running a good meeting. But with airlines going bankrupt, the rising cost of fuel, and the inconvience of travel, hopping on a plane every time there is an important topic to discuss isn’t feasible for a variety of reasons.
Enter Dimdim. Now, everyone can see, hear, and collaborate with one other – for free, and with no complicated downloads that take over the performance of your PC just before your web meeting is about to start. The team behind Dimdim have been working hard to make sure all of the sophisticated technologies behind-the-scene stay there – so that everyone: you, me, your friends, family, colleagues, partners and your nerdy neighbor, can effortlessly set up a web meeting in minutes.