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  • Internet Collaboration Microsoft NetMeeting
    • Presented By:
    • Yuliana Ang
    • Yue Cheng
    • Shirley Tayag
    • Maureen Ulan
  • Introduction Presented By: Shirley Tayag
  • Internet Collaboration Tools
    • Protocols, hardware and software which allow individuals to exchange information in real time over the Internet
    • Used to maximize available technologies to facilitate video, audio and data conferencing regardless of geographic location
  • Conferencing
    • Over the telephone line
    • - direct modem to modem connection
    • - incur long distance charges
    • - Governed by H.324 standard
    • Over ISDN
    • - ISDN offers greater bandwidth than direct modem to modem connection  better quality
    • costly option : expensive videoconferencing kits, installation costs, service availability, phone charges
    • Governed by the H.320 standard
    • Over LANs
    • transmission speed dependent on total number of users in the network and lines being used
    • governed by H.323 protocol
    • Over the Internet
    • - cheapest way to conference
    • For video conferencing, it is limited to 176-by-144-pixel image and only several frames per second
    • Internet traffic affects transmission speed and quality
    • Also governed by H.323 standard
  • H.323 standard
    • most used telecommunication protocol over IP networks
    • standard for audio, video and data conferencing developed by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU)
    • includes the T.120 standard which governs general transfer of data for file transfer, whiteboards, chat and application sharing
  • Examples of Internet Collaboration Tools
    • Whitepine’s CUSeeMe
    • Intel’s Internet Videophone
    • Microsoft NetMeeting
  • NetMeeting Video and Audio Conferencing Internet Directory Security Presented By: Yuliana Ang
  • NetMeeting
    • What is NetMeeting?
    • Powerful tool of communications and collaboration over the internet
  • NetMeeting Sources
    • Comes with Windows 98, 2000
    • Packaged with many web cam software
    • Downloadable from the Internet (Microsoft Website)
  • System Requirements
    • Windows 95/98 or NT
    • Internet or Intranet connection
    • Sound card with speakers and microphone or headset with integrated microphone
    • Optional web camera
  • NetMeeting Features
    • Video and Audio Conferencing
    • Whiteboard
    • Chat
    • Internet Directory
    • File Transfer
    • Program Sharing
    • Remote Desktop Sharing
    • Security
    • Advance Calling
  • NetMeeting Advantages
    • Share ideas, information and applications using video and audio
    • Send and receive real-time video images
    • Send video and audio to the user who doesn’t have video hardware
  • Steps to NetMeeting
    • Use a video to instantly view items
    • Step 1
    • Download the software at
  • Step 2
  • Step 3
  • Step 4
  • Connect to NetMeeting
  • NetMeeting after Connecting
    • Definition
    • Is a connection that connect you and one person for sharing ideas, information and windows program by using video and audio
  • Video Conferencing Software for Windows
    • 1. NetMeeting
    • 2. Intel Internet Video Phone
    • Allow you to make video phone calls on the net
    • 3. Soft Cam
    • Allow you to do fun things in your video conference
    • 4. ICUII (I See You Too)
    • Include text chat and audio also built in directory, caller ID and do not disturb features
  • Internet Directory
    • Advantages:
    • 1. View the internet directory from a web page, and review a list of people who currently running NetMeeting
    • 2. Connect to one or more of the listed people or select another person by typing his/her current location
    • 3. Perform server transactions, such as selecting different directory to view
  • Security
    • New Feature in NetMeeting:
    • Encode the data exchanged between shared programs, transferred files, chart and whiteboard
    • With password protection, you can:
    • 1. Host a meeting that required a password
    • 2. Use remote desktop sharing to control your office computer from home, vice versa.
  • Whiteboard Remote Desktop Sharing Presented By: Shirley Tayag
  • Whiteboard
    • Common surface for users to write in and use graphical tools to illustrate ideas
  • Whiteboard Tools
    • Pointer tool
    • Eraser tool
    • Text tool
    • Highlighter tool
    • Pen tool
    • Line tool
    • Shapes and Filled in shapes
  • What Can Be Done with the Whiteboard
    • Create graphics and review and modify another user’s graphics
    • Control contents using the mouse by clicking, dragging, and dropping objects on the whiteboard
    • Import text and images into the whiteboard from other windows applications using the cut, copy and paste functions
    • Whiteboard contents may be saved for later use
  • Other Whiteboard Tools
    • Infinite Horizon
    • Teamwave Whiteboard
    • Visualtek Rendezvous
    • MicroTouch Ibid
    • Teamboard Whiteboard
    • RTZ Whiteboard for Mac
    • RTZ Whiteboard for Windows
    • Smart Whiteboard
    • Habanero Whiteboard
  • Remote Desktop Sharing
    • Operate your office computer from home or vice versa.
    • Use a secure connection by activating a password to access the remote desktop, files and programs.
  • Setting up RDS
    • On the Tools menu, click Remote Desktop Sharing
    • Follow the wizard instructions on your screen
    • On the menu bar, first click on Call then click on Remote Control Remote Desktop
    • Exit NetMeeting
    • Important : RDS will not work if NetMeeting is running on the computer
  • Access Remote Desktop
    • Click the Place Call button.
    • In To , type the computer name or IP address of the remote computer.
    • If the Require security for this call check box is not selected, click it to turn on security.
    • Important : IP address of the remote desktop computer and RDS password should be known by the user
  • Other Remote Control Softwares
    • Compaq Carbon Copy
    • CoSession Remote
    • LapLink for Windows
    • NetOp for Windows
    • pcAnywhere32
    • RapidRemote
    • ReachOut Enterprise
    • Remotely Possible
  • File Transfer Program Sharing Presented By: Yue Cheng
  • File Transfer
    • File transfer lets you send files during a NetMeeting conference
  • With file transfer, you can:
    • Send a file in the background to conference participants
    • Send the file to everyone in the conference, or to one or more selected participants
    • Accept or reject transferred files
    • You can transfer a file by dragging the file's icon to the NetMeeting window for global file transfers or by pointing to a single participant.
    • You can initiate individual file transfers by right-clicking a participant in the roster and then clicking Send File.
    • To change the default destination, click Options on the Tools menu, click the General tab, and change the default destination.
    How to Send File in NetMeeting
  • Program Sharing
    • NetMeeting gives you better control over how shared programs are displayed on your desktop, and gives the person sharing the program control over who uses it.
    • View shared programs in a frame, which makes it easy to distinguish between shared and local applications on your desktop
    • Minimize the shared program frame and do other work if you do not need to work in the current conference program.
    With NetMeeting’s Program Sharing Feature, you can:
    • Easily switch between shared programs using the shared program taskbar.
    • Choose to allow one person to work in the shared program at a time.
    • Approve conference participants’ requests to work in program you introduce.
    • Allow or prevent others from working in a program using the Sharing dialog box. .
    With NetMeeting Feature Sharing, You can:
  • On-line Chat Advance Calling Conclusion Presented by: Maureen Ulan
  • Overview:
    • Chat is used for synchronous (real-time) electronic communications. Public and private messages can be sent, and users can send URLs to open web sites while chatting.
    • Chat works well for brainstorming and group collaboration.
    • Chat does not work well with large groups. Even in small groups, certain rules are required to assist conversation and allow anyone to participate.
  • Why Did Text Chat Become so Popular?
    • Chat is a very important component of the Internet.
    • Several people get addicted to it because:
    • First, you can find people who share similar interests to yours wherever they are located.
    • In chat, people can choose their words carefully.
    • Freed from physical appearance descriptions( There is no fat, skinny, short, tall, ugly, beautiful…etc.)
    • Chat (Yahoo)
    • IRC (Internet Relay Chat)
    • MUDs, MUSHes, MOOs
    • Talk City
    • ICQ
    • Web Chat
    • LOL chat
    • Uni-Verse Multi-language Chat
    • Ichat
    • Intermedia Multilingual Chat Server
    • Asian
  • Net Meeting 3.0
  • Net Meeting 3.0 On-line Chat
  • Overview
    • Meeting people can talk to each other simultaneously using Chat. Since only two people can have an audio or video connection, Chat is useful in a group meeting because everyone can participate.
  • Steps on how to use chat in Net Meeting 3.0:
    • When someone sends you a Chat message, the message appears in the Chat window.
    • To send a message:
    • Click the Chat button to open Chat.
    • In Message , type the message you want to send, then do one of the following:
    • To send a message to everyone, in Send To , click Everyone In Chat .
    • To send a message to just one person, in Send To , click the person's name.
    • Click the Send Message button.
  • You can combine Microsoft Net Meeting with this Instant Messaging which provides a platform to incorporate audio and video into communication.
  • Bibliography:
    • Microsoft Exchange Server 2000
    • contentframe . htm
  • Advanced Calling
    • Choose people to call from corporate directory servers, the Windows Address Book, a list of people who have called you, or from the Microsoft Internet Directory.
    • Place a call directly from the NetMeeting user interface.
    • Use NetMeeting's address book to place calls if your organization uses a gateway or gatekeeper.
  • Conclusion
    • We have covered the following Net Meeting Features:
    • Video & Audio Conferencing
    • Whiteboard
    • Chat
    • Internet Directory
    • File Transfer
    • Program Sharing
    • Security
    • Advanced Calling
  • Bibliography: