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Teamviewer & skype

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Teamviewer & skype

  1. 1. Teamviewer & Skype Present by: Hashim Bin Mahmood Dar Asim Iftikhar M.Umair
  2. 2. Teamviewer
  3. 3. What is Teamviewer ?  Teamviewer is a computer software package for remote control, desktop sharing, and file transfer between computers.
  4. 4. Introduction/Overview  Screen sharing , online meeting, online conference and file sharing application  Free for personal use  Can chat (audio/video)  Records presentation  Available for almost all O.S.  Available in more than 30 Languages Ranked #1 in C|Net (cnet.com ) under remote sharing apps
  5. 5. Benefits of Teamviewer  Teamviewer allows another person to remotely control your computer and to host online meetings with Audio, Video and Desktop Sharing  Teamviewer provides a very simple method to allow another person to remotely control your computer. This is very useful when you need assistance from someone else.  The person controlling your computer will be able to do everything they can do as if they are in physically sitting in front of the computer.  Teamviewer allows you to join and host Online meetings  Teamviewer is free for non-profit/personal use
  6. 6. How it works ?  Connect to partner’s system (internet connection) using 9 digit id and 4 digit password  Either allow the partner to access your system remotely  Or ask id and password to access partner’s system remotely  You can opt for various modes: Remote connection File transfer Online Meeting (either host or join other’s meeting )
  7. 7. How it works (continues)  For full access to online meeting and to increase no. of participants it requires paid version (up to 25 participants) Sharing files and presentations is allowed in free versions too If predefined password set for your computer, you can access it from anywhere through internet
  8. 8. Who can use it Personal One can share systems, can do audio/video chat, can share files directly Can troubleshoot or can learn from an individual Small business Can help clients through remote assistance Through video chat and by showing presentation Corporate Online meeting Team work
  9. 9. Users of Teamviewer  Companies, IT solution departments. Everyday simple user. Students to work on mutual projects from home. Teachers could present a whole lesson through the use of Teamviewer.
  10. 10. How to run Teamviewer ?  Run Teamviewer  Enter your friend’s ID  Click connect  Share your ID and password with your friend so he/she can connect to your PC
  11. 11. Features Remote Control • Access partner’s computer • Allow your partner to access your computer • Access your computer from another computer
  12. 12. Features Meetings • Host a meeting • Presentation • Video • Phone • Schedule Meeting • My Meetings • Schedule Meetings • Join Meeting
  13. 13. Features • File sharing • Screen Share • Chats • Screen shots • Copy paste of files • Record Video • Whiteboard
  14. 14. Start Teamviewer  Click Start  Click all Programs  Click Teamviewer 10  Provide the person assisting you Your ID and Password.
  15. 15. Hosting an Instant Meeting  Click on Meeting  Click on Start Instant Meeting
  16. 16. Meeting Panel  Provide Meeting ID to other participants. This can be done by email or phone  Host will automatically be sharing Desktop
  17. 17. What is screen sharing ?  It is the act of allowing multiple users to see your PC’s screen while having the ability to interact with your files and applications.
  18. 18. Security/ Authentication
  19. 19. Remote access
  20. 20. During Remote access  You will see this at the bottom of the Screen when someone is remotely controlling your laptop.  Click on the X when you want to stop the remote assistance.  You will see this screen when you exit Teamviewer. Click OK.
  21. 21. File sharing
  22. 22. My Meetings
  23. 23. Schedule Meeting
  24. 24. Skype
  25. 25. Introduction  Skype, A free software program that you can download from Skype.com that allows you to make free calls over the Internet to other Skype users over the world.  One of the most effective and widely used social technologies around.  Millions of individuals and businesses use Skype to make free video and voice calls, send instant messages and share files with other Skype users.  People also use Skype to make low-cost calls to landlines and mobiles
  26. 26. When & Where Used When Internet connection is available. Skype user is online Where Workplaces Schools Universities &collages Home
  27. 27. Skype system Requirement  One of those operating system  Windows  Mac OS  iPhone  iPad  iPod touch  Linux - Android  Internet connection.  A headset with a microphone
  28. 28. How to get started with Skype  Install Skype  Creating a Skype account  Adding a contact  Making a Skype call  Making a conference call  Instant Messaging  Chat and group chat
  29. 29. Skype Features  Skype out  Skype In  Video call Conference calls  File Sharing  Instant Messaging  Text Messaging  Voice Mail
  30. 30. Skype Out You can make a real phone call number from Skype but this is not free like Skype to Skype calls. However, it is cheaper than the normal phone call cost.
  31. 31. Skype IN  For people to be able to call your Skype account from a phone, you need a Skype IN number to give it to them.  Receiving calls from phones doesn’t cost you anything but will charge the caller the same rate as if they were calling a real phone.
  32. 32. Video Call You can make video calls for free using Skype. This help you to see the person you are talking to and allow them to see you too.
  33. 33. Conference call You and 24 other people can engage in a conference call using Skype. This normally help the workers and staff to make a group discussions with other staff which located in various parts of the world .
  34. 34. File Sharing You can easily send files over Skype to any of your Skype contacts. There are no size limits for the file, which is better than emails. For security reasons, before the file transfer can begin, the recipient has to approve the transfer and the person has to be online for the file transfer to take place. 1 3 2
  35. 35. Instant Messaging • In addition to talking with your Skype contacts, you can type messages to them while you are having a voice conversation or if you cannot talk to them at a particular moment.
  36. 36. Text Messaging • You can use Skype to send text messages to any cell phone in the world. The rates vary but are generally cheaper than what a text message usually costs. 1 3 2
  37. 37. Voice Mail • If you want people to be able to leave you voice messages while you are on another call or offline, you can set up voicemail on Skype for $3/month or $20/year.
  38. 38. Screen Sharing
  39. 39. Advantages  Free communication  Potential to be a great technology  Easy to install  Very cheap for its potential users  Voice conferences (many users at a time)  Helpful community of users
  40. 40. Emerging Technology  Skype is a software application that allows users to make voice calls over the Internet.  Skype has also become popular for their additional features which include instant messaging, file transfer and video conferencing.  Skype can be used as an e-learning means of delivery, possessing all the features to facilitate an on-line class.
  41. 41. ? Questions

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