Business Networking

Posted on 2003-03-26
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Last Modified: 2012-05-04
Hey All,

We are thinking of taking our business home......that is split up from 3 of us working in 1 location to 3 of us working in 3 locations.

If we want to be able to share the same fles and from time to time have video confrenceing instead of meetings, what is the best solution for us

The way i am thinking, please let me knwo if i am right.

we each have systems at our locations
we each have internet connections (high speed)
1 location has a file server, where all files are stored, and each person access files from these locations and saves them back to the file server
when video confrnce is required, just use a program like netmeeting or soemthing

would that work?
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kiranghag earned 500 total points
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netmeeting would be sufficient...it would also give you a common whiteboard to draw and share ides, chat thru voice and video...
apart from this, if you have microsoft office, you 3 can collaboratively work on a single document...

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