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ryeguy
10-24-2002, 11:22 AM
Hi there


Was wondering if anyone had any recommendations for setting up a virtual conference...
I've used placeware and webex before..but since we totally embrace flash and other macromedia products..the natural progression for us would be to start utilizing the power of the flash MX communication server

The company and tool i've found that interests me is

http://www.wanadu.com/new/site/iconf.html

a flash MX app that can hold up to 500 users..

Im looking for the functionality of
+ incorporating flash presentations.
+ possibly taking the End User on a web tour
+ Streaming Audio
+ Archiving possibilities
+ Log in and Log out password

Any other recommendations or suggestions (like other websites detailing the power of flash MX server ) would be greatly appreciated..
thanks
Rye

aashu.com
11-02-2002, 01:10 AM
you owns this company?

war2
11-15-2002, 08:50 AM
looks to me like hes asking for advice of other companys except the one he mentioned that can provide flash based "conference" solutions .

And sz ryeguy, i cant help u :P

veronica_mills
01-04-2008, 05:14 AM
one of the best i searched on google
is R HUB http://rhubcom.com one of my friend is also using it i found it great it delivers advanced Web conferencing software for PC and Mac in a secured appliance. Universal attendance technology with NO DOWNLOAD of any kind ensures everyone can join meetings in seconds. All you need for collaboration, seminars, training, remote support and marketing is in this box.

lilies34
01-07-2008, 12:01 AM
i'm new to web conferencing too and i had no idea where to start. i googled and found this interesting site, www.web-conferencing-zone.com it helped me alot and i'm sharing this to you so that it can help you too!