Michael Hayslip has a great post explaining online meetings & how desktops can be shared easily. From his post,
An online meeting can be defined as a session where you and at least one other person are collaborating on a project in real time via your computers. … An online meeting has the benefits of a face-to-face meeting without having to be in the same place.
And Michael explains how Zoho Meeting helps you do the above for free.
With Zoho Meeting, only the meeting host needs to sign up for an account. Others do not need an account in order to join an existing meeting. Once you sign up for a free account, you can begin hosting meetings. It is a very simple process and only takes a minute or two to get started.
For now, the free version of Zoho Meeting is able to handle my meeting needs pretty well. Currently, there is no limit to the number of meetings you can hold or participate in, or the number of participants that can be in a single meeting. … Zoho Meeting works well behind a firewall and uses SSL encryption for security.
Mike Muise has this to say to his readers about free CRM,
Zoho CRM is a free customer relationship management suite (up to 3 users). If you require more users, there are paid options. I have been trying it for my day-to-day tracking of prospects and sales opportunities for 2008. The interface is clean, simple, but best of all it is fast. Something that not all CRM solutions can boast. It also runs cleanly in my browser, Firefox (take note other CRM providers!). As far as what I have used it for so far, I give it a big thumbs up.
Thanks to both the Mikes for the their nice blog posts!