Software enables remote control of Macs.

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Glance enables Mac users to remotely share mouse and keyboard with other Glance Web conference participants to demonstrate software, co-edit documents, collaborate on designs, and provide remote training in real-time over Web. Remote Control feature lets host share control with guests at any time, on Mac or PC. Cross-platform tool allows for seamless transitions between multiple OS's, is browser-based, and requires no guest download.



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Glance Networks Debuts Remote Control for Macs



SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 15 / / -- Glance Networks, Inc., creator of the simplest desktop sharing tool on the market, today debuted a new lightweight Remote Control feature for Macs. Now Mac users can remotely share their mouse and keyboard with other Glance Web conference participants to quickly demonstrate software, co-edit documents, collaborate on designs, and provide remote training -- in realtime over the Web.

"Last year at MacWorld, Glance brought screen sharing to the overlooked Mac audience, giving them access to the productivity advantages PC users had enjoyed for years," said Rich Baker, founder and CEO of Glance Networks. "We're proud to bridge that gap once again with this unique tool that lets any Mac host transition control to a guest with ease. The Remote Control feature is designed with the same simplicity we've become known for -- and we remain dedicated to making Web conferencing as easy as clicking a button."

Glance is the industry's only fully cross-platform tool that allows for seamless transitions between multiple operating systems and transforms any session into a collaborative experience. With the new Remote Control feature, a Glance host can instantly share control with guests at any time -- on a Mac or a PC. The host instantly regains control by just moving his or her mouse. To let a guest take back control, the host simply pauses.

"As an architect and graphic designer for over 40 years, I've found that Glance Networks' screen sharing tool makes client communication that much more effective," said Kelly Brandon, founder of Kelly Brandon Design. "I like to work closely with my clients while preparing progress drawings and Glance's Remote Control feature eliminates the need for meetings, saves time, is simple to use, and is carbon friendly. It's a win-win for everyone."

Unlike other Web demo tools, Glance is browser-based and requires no guest download, so it sets up quickly and reliably every time -- no technical knowledge required. Thousands of customers worldwide think Glance's simple interface makes it an ideal sales tool for web demos and presentations. Its software-as-a-service model offers all of these new enhancements to subscribers for free. Glance is available at www.glance.net/, where users can sign up for a free trial.

MacWorld attendees can see a demo of Glance's new Remote Control feature at Booth # S-2043.

About Glance Networks

Founded in 2002, Glance Networks provides a simple yet powerful Web demo and presentation tool. With the industry's only fully cross-platform desktop sharing tool, users can instantly show their live PC or Mac(TM) screens to anyone online. Users can host large-scale online webinars or remote training sessions with up to 100 guests. Unlike other Web demo tools, Glance is browser-based and requires no guest download, so it sets up quickly and reliably. Glance also lets hosts remotely transition control of their mouse and keyboard to participants. Thousands of customers worldwide use Glance(TM) to deliver sales presentations, training and technical support, quickly demonstrate software, co-edit documents, and collaborate on designs in realtime -- all over the Web. Glance is privately held, with headquarters in Arlington, Massachusetts. For more information, please visit www.glance.net/.

Source: Glance Networks, Inc.

CONTACT: Beth Monaghan of InkHouse for Glance Networks, Inc.,
+1-781-916-9090, ext. 801, glance@inkhousepr.com

Web site: http://www.glance.net/

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