OpenACircle The Best Way to Collaborate

When it comes to total online collaboration, what comes into your mind? You'd probably think of different kinds of tools for different online collaboration needs-- you have a tool for presentations, another tool for white boarding, and another for web conferencing. You think that total online collaboration is not really that easy to achieve. That was then, before there was OpenACircle, the total online collaboration tool that allows you to do things like innovative screen-sharing and video conferencing quite easily. OpenACircle is actually all your collaboration tools rolled into one; it allows you to share files, documents, pictures ( and even your desktop) and video conference with up to 50 people in private collaboration circles. It is easy to set up your private workplace where you can collaborate with your team. You can upload documents, spreadsheets, PDFs, PowerPoints, or any other type of file to OpenACircle so that your team can use them easily. OpenACircle is easy to use, a user simply needs to open a circle (a virtual team collaboration space where everyone can share information and work with each other in an environment focused on one particular area of a task or project) and invite people to collaborate and work with. When you open a circle you and your team will have an environment that is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, where you can meet up and become productive. And if you are always on the move, OpenACircle is a very convenient way for you to attend meetings and conferences even if you are on the move.

I guess OpenAcircle is so far the best way to collaborate, it has everything that a small or midium-sized company needs to be able to get teamwork flow more effectively for the desired results.I guess OpenAcircle is so far the best way to collaborate, it has everything that a small or midium-sized company needs to be able to get teamwork flow more effectively and bring good results. It is even quite safe to say that OpenACircle is the future of collaboration.

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