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Simple, Small, Secure - WebHuddle Simple, Small, Secure - WebHuddle With the high cost of travel and shrinking budgets, most organizations today are already meeting virtually, or are considering it. But not all web conferencing solutions are created equal. We’d like to introduce you to an alternative way to communicate -- one that makes it easy to meet with the people you need to, when you need to -- all it takes is a web-enabled PC and something to say. You can try WebHuddle right now or see a demo.

Gobby

Gobby Gobby is a free collaborative editor supporting multiple documents in one session and a multi-user chat. It runs on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and other Unix-like platforms. It uses GTK+ 2.6 as its windowing toolkit and thus integrates nicely into the GNOME desktop environment. Check out Gobby's list of features, take a look around in our screenshots section, read some testimonials, and download it right now.