Macromedia Breeze 5

Created: Friday, July 22, 2005, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:15 am



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Online meetings are a reality, with a cheaper, more feature-rich version of Macromedia’s server-based training and conferencing tool. Whether it’s right for you, though, depends to a large degree on just how remote your works are. When we first looked at Breeze it was still little-known, despite having reached version 4. Since then, the training and meeting tool has gained a dedicated following, with the likes of Intel, Epson, Sony and the FBI on its books. The idea is to take advantage of global broadband to save your remote workers the chore of meeting in a single central location. More on the PC Pro site…


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