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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
1. Share ideas, information and
   applications using video and audio
2. Send and receive real-time video
   images
3. 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
http://www.microsoft.com/windows/NetMeeting
Step 2
Step 3
Step 4
Connect to NetMeeting
NetMeeting after Connecting
      VIDEO AND AUDIO
       CONFERENCING
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
How to Send File in NetMeeting
 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.
        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.
With NetMeeting’s Program
Sharing Feature, you can:
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 Feature
    Sharing, 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..
 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.)
      ON-LINE CHAT SERVICES
   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
   Alamak.com
   Asian Avenue.com
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:
1. Click the Chat button to open Chat.
2. 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.
1.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

 http://www.ntu.edu.sg/ctools/instantme
 ssaging/contentframe.htm
 http://www.microsoft.com/windows/net
 meeting/features/chat/default.asp
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:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/Net
Meeting/Features/default.ASP

				
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