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Unyte 2

Takes about a minute to start your online meeting with IBM Lotus Sametime Unyte


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Total downloads: 504
  • Last Updated: Sep 11, 2008
  • License: Shareware N/A
  • OS: Windows Vista/XP/2000
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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Unyte is a Business software developed by WebDialogs. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Unyte:

EditByBSEditor: Manage Any Online Business Meeting with Lotus Sametime Unyte Events
IBM Lotus Sametime Unyte Events enables companies to create, manage, and execute a webinar, event, training session, or other online business meeting quickly and easily.
Whether prticipants are attending from across the office or from around the world, your Web-based meeting is sure to be successful with Lotus Sametime Unyte Events. This program delivers the features that all companies need for a successful online event, including registration, promotion, event execution, post-event follow up, Analysis, and reporting.
Use Lotus Sametime Unyte Events to Effectively Manage Your Next Web-Based Meeting
Sametime Unyte Events includes all of the conferencing features necessary to effectively manage your online business meeting:
*Video - lets participants see who is presenting in real-time
Hand Raising – allows participants to Ask questions
Polling – helps engage the audience in the session
Roster with controls – allows you to manage your audience
Recording and Playback – captures the Web-based meeting for playback by those that missed the session
Baton Passing – enables a team of trainers to take turns leading the session
Question and Answer Moderator Assignment – assigns Q&A Chat responsibilities to another user
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