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Glance Networks Brings One-Button Screen Sharing to Macs

Glance Networks Brings One-Button Screen Sharing to Macs

by , 9:40 AM EST, January 9th, 2007

Glance Networks on Tuesday introduced a Mac version of Glance, its one-button screen sharing tool that lets remote users view a live computer screen. Mac users could previously view Glance sessions hosted on Windows machines, but now they can host sessions too. Session hosts receive personal URLs that guests use to connect to their computers; guests don't need the Glance software.

Glance pricing is a flat rate that starts at US$49.95 per month, or $499 annually, for the personal edition, which allows up to 15 guests in each session. The corporate version, which starts at $119 per month or $1,199 annually, allows businesses to host as many sessions as they want concurrently and features administrative tools.

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