How to Use Remote Meeting Tools

In taking precautions to minimize the spread of COVID-19, many companies are turning to remote meeting services to keep their clients and employees safe. ESI uses the most popular meeting and screenshare tools such as GoToMeeting, Skype and Microsoft Teams. We’ve gathered some resources that show how to set up these tools.


GoToMeeting is one of the best video conferencing tools around and includes not only video calls, but screen sharing as well and an optional audio call in line. It is available in either a desktop or web app (the web app has fewer features).

Download the desktop app | Learn about the optional web app

How to join GoToMeeting as an attendee

How to host a meeting with GoToMeeting


From its original function of letting users to make calls their computers to another person’s computer or phone, Skype has evolved into a sophisticated video conferencing tool.


Microsoft Teams

Many offices use Teams as a company-wide collaboration and communication tool. Did you know that you can also use Teams to screen share with someone who does not have a Teams account?