Question #3: What is the newest “techie” gadget that you have/would like to have, and how do/would you use it to improve the work relationship that you have with your primary clientele?

David Stern – candidate for Treasurer

My techie gadget is a virtual gadget … the Vyew collaboration software. Using just web browsers you can share material and simultaneously work together in your workspace on a whiteboard — with images, text, presentations, and other materials. You can remotely communicate using chat, VOIP, or a webcam. You can also share screens in either direction to see what is running on the other person's desktop. All this for free for up to four simultaneous users. It can be used for so many interactive purposes, and allows for enhanced collaboration at a distance. This tool makes many other single-use gadgets unnecessary, or at least seem quite limited.

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