Webex Web Meetings for Dummies
- 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
Table of Contents
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.
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