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WebEx Web Meetings For Dummies

ISBN: 978-0-7645-7941-7
336 pages
February 2005
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  • More than 11,000 customers–ranging from independent consultants to large corporations–use WebEx online services to decrease the cost and increase the effectiveness of meetings, presentations, conferences, support, and training
  • Input from WebEx has enriched the book with actual examples and case studies of how individuals, small businesses, and large corporations are making use of the WebEx services
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Introduction.

Part I: Meet Me on the Web.

Chapter 1: What’s a WebEx?

Chapter 2: The Ins and Outs of Meeting Online.

Chapter 3: Getting Started with Meetings.

Part II: Always Be Prepared.

Chapter 4: Setting Up Your Very First Meeting.

Chapter 5: Taking Advantage of Remote Computers.

Chapter 6: Preparing for a Dynamic Marketing Event.

Part III: Let the Meetings Begin.

Chapter 7: Hosting a Meeting.

Chapter 8: Attending Meetings.

Part IV: Selling, Supporting, and Training with WebEx.

Chapter 9: Closing More Deals Faster with Sales Center.

Chapter 10: Delivering Virtual Support with Support Center.

Chapter 11: Creating Virtual Classrooms with Training Center.

Part V: Taking WebEx Further.

Chapter 12: Making the Most of Reports.

Chapter 13: Administering WebEx Made Easy.

Part VI: The Part of Tens.

Chapter 14: Ten Things WebEx Can Do for your Enterprise.

Chapter 15: Top Nine Frequently Asked Questions from WebEx Tech Support.

Chapter 16: Ten Ideas for Small Businesses to Maximize Success.

Chapter 17: Ten Ways That Companies Get the Most Out of WebEx.

Appendix.

Glossary.

Index.

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Nancy Stevenson has written over 50 books on computer, business, and Internet topics, including e-commerce and wireless technology. She holds a Certificate in Distance Learning Design from the University of Washington.
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