Windows Meeting Space
Definition - What does Windows Meeting Space mean?
Techopedia explains Windows Meeting Space
Typical usage scenario for Windows Meeting Space is in an actual physical meeting where the participants are all present. The connection is done through local Wi-Fi, local area network or ad hoc wireless network. Its primary use is collaboration in resources such as files and presentation software. It uses the peer-to-peer framework and, hence, requires IPv6 to be enabled, and it uses Teredo tunneling, which is supported in Windows Vista, to allow connections over the Internet using IPv6.
Advantages of Windows Meeting Space include the ability to:
- Share the desktop and other programs with meeting participants
- Distribute and co-edit documents and files
- Pass notes
- Connect to a network projector for presentation