GoToTraining

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GoToTraining
GoToTraining logo.png
Developer(s) LogMeIn[1]
Type Online training
License Proprietary
Website gototraining.com

GoToTraining is a web-hosted online training service. It is an online classroom and desktop sharing software that enables the user to present their screen to other trainees and students via the Internet in real time.

Technology and business development[edit]

GoToTraining was developed by the Online Services division of Citrix in Santa Barbara, California, and released in February 2010.[2]

GoToTraining allows the desktop view of a host computer to be broadcast to a group of computers connected to the host through the Internet. Transmissions are protected with high-security encryption. By combining a web-hosted subscription service with software installed on the host computer, transmissions can be passed through highly restrictive firewalls.

Editions and features[edit]

GoToTraining has been sold by itself and as part of GoToMeeting. GoToTraining features currently include:[3]

  • End-to-end encryption and authentication security provided by a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) website with 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) encryption and optional passwords
  • Specific application sharing for showing only selected programs with attendees
  • Content library
  • Integrated PayPal payment processing
  • Multi-monitor support for a client PC
  • Session recording and playback for recording and saving meetings to a user desktop for later review
  • Toll-based phone or conferencing via VoIP
  • Support for 200 users

Citrix web-based solutions[edit]

GoToTraining is a part of a collection of web-based software from LogMeIn.[1] In addition to GoToTraining, Citrix develops GoToMyPC, GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar, GoToAssist, Podio and HiDef Corporate.

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