GVO Conference software and PowerPoint sharing

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Everybody is familiar with PowerPoint. PowerPoint is a product from Microsoft designed to put together business presentations using, text, audio, images and video. In fact PowerPoint has developed over the years and you can now do almost anything with it to deliver a fantastic engaging experience.

PowerPoint sharing is a function which comes with some online video conference packages. Not all providers support this feature but many have recognised the potential and importance of including this. In fact it will eventually be a standard tool across the board if a conference provider intends to compete.

Video conferencing is big right now and there is plenty of providers and packages to choose from. Before I talk about PowerPoint sharing further I just want to give you quick rundown of the kind of functions and tools you should expect. First of all you should look for a provider which charges per room and not per attendee. Per attendee can work out expensive, even though its cheaper than conducting an offline meeting, it can still cost you a lot of money once your conference attendees number increases. Secondly find a provider which does not require you to download and install software or applications. This would apply to you and your attendees and can become messy and cause OS compatibility issues. Very embarrassing if your attendees cant enter the conference room. The kind of tools and functions you can expect along with PowerPoint sharing are, file sharing, browser sharing, video sharing, whiteboard sharing, full way video chart, full way text chat, multiple moderators, record function, and more.

PowerPoint sharing is by far one of the best functions. If your provider includes PowerPoint sharing as a function then you are able to share a presentation directly from the conference room interface. This would work exactly the same as conducting an offline presentation in an office meeting except you can share it globally. Once the PowerPoint function is toggled on you simply access your presentation on your system and conduct it in the same fashion you would normally. Every attendee can watch and listen to you simultaneously.

The reason PowerPoint presentations work well, are because like I said earlier, everybody is familiar with this tool and you can do almost anything with it. A good presentation can be put together by anyone using this software and because the average conference software is so user friendly you will find it extremely easy to put together a fantastic presentation and present it with great ease. When you have finished the PowerPoint presentation you can even slip it into the file sharing drawer in the conference room where all attendees can access it and save it to their own system.

PowerPoint is a great way to engage with your audience and combine it with conferencing software and you have an amazing powerful tool.

All functions and tools in your conference software package can be easily toggled on and off whenever you choose. This makes for a smooth streamlined experience when holding your online conference. PowerPoint is a very professional piece of software and you will be more than happy with the results.

I used GVO Conference. To get a free demo account, visit my site http://www.conferencessoftware.com

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