(PRWEB) October 25, 2013
SimpleHelp.com, a leading UK-based provider of remote support software, has announced that the presentation feature supplied as standard with its software SimpleHelp could spell the end to traditional projectors being used to deliver presentations.
Projectors have been used for decades to deliver presentations in slideshow format, and more recently have included video and audio capabilities. The aim of SimpleHelp’s presentation feature is to give presenters the ability to deliver their presentation to more people at once, in perfect clarity and without hunting around for a suitably dark room or a projector that is not already booked out for the day.
Presentations That Can Be Shared With Infinite Subscribers
A spokesperson at SimpleHelp.com said “There are so many things wrong with the traditional projector and we can see our presentation feature solving all of these problems. SimpleHelp offers users the ability to share a presentation with any number of subscribers and for that presentation to be viewed on almost any device. That might include tablets, laptops, PCs and mobile phones. We’re putting an end to squinting from the back of the lecture theatre or dimming the lights and starting a revolution in information sharing that is as simple as clicking a button.”
SimpleHelp’s presentation feature allows the presenter to share their desktop with their audience and requires attendees to simply click on the presentation that is being shared with them. Within seconds attendees could be watching the presentation from their very own device.
SimpleHelp, A Mobile Device And A World Of Possibilities
“We wanted to put an end to bad presentations being given in hot and stuffy rooms with the blinds closed. With SimpleHelp, presentation delegates and attendees can view a presentation in broad daylight in comfortable conditions on their mobile phone, tablet or laptop. As long as there is a Wi-Fi connection they are good to go. Good projectors are also very expensive so why not tap into the technology that everybody has already rather than spending thousands of capital on new kit?” said a spokesperson from Simple-Help.com.
The presentation feature supplied with SimpleHelp.com’s remote support software also allows IT support technicians to share their screen with users. This feature could be used to give step by step guidance to users experiencing problems on their PCs and could help technicians to reach speedier resolutions to IT support issues.
SimpleHelp.com is offering a free trial of their remote support and presentation software on their website.