A free software product developed by Microsoft Corporation that enables groups to teleconference using the Internet as the transmission medium. NetMeeting supports video, audio, chat sessions, a whiteboard, and application sharing. It's now built into Microsoft's Windows 2000 operating system and is also part of the free MSN/Windows Messenger software.
A software application developed by Microsoft Corporation to allow video conferencing among parties using personal computers connected via the Internet. NetMeeting allows participants in different locations to view each other, engage in text chat conversations, send and receive videos, exchange information graphically via an electronic whiteboard, share Windows-based applications, and transfer files.
Software van Microsoft voor videovergaderingen.
Microsof NetMeeting 3.0 allows users to share audio, video, files and applications in real time and across different connections. Available functions differ depending on the type of connection. Audio and video support requires a TCP/IP connection via a local network (LAN) or the Internet.
See Microsoft NetMeeting
Microsoft's NetMeeting version 2.1. Double click on NM21.EXE to install and get started.
A Microsoft tool for conferencing using the Internet as a carriage mechanism
A program that manages online meetings. NetMeeting allows participants to write notes on an electronic “whiteboard,” to send and receive typed messages, and to exchange files. Record the results of an online meeting, archive the results, and put them on a Web server so that those who missed the meeting can “replay” it at a later time.
Videoconferencing software from Microsoft.