A tool for remotely collaborating on presentations, conducting training sessions and demos, and working as a team as though all participants are in the same location. Microsoft's SharedView began development under the codename of Tahiti and is now officially available as a part of Microsoft Connect, a program designed to give the public access to pre-release and emerging software.
Up to fifteen participants can collaborate with each other in real time, with one person sharing and controlling a single application or an entire desktop while others view it. Control can also be passed to another participant at any time.
Microsoft haredView can be downloaded and used free of charge and is currently available as version 1.0.
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