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2 Network Tools: Privatize and Screenmailer

By Internet Scout Report
 


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The Privatize site is a great place to create tweets with private links that can only be viewed by the people you mention. It’s a nice way to share information with only a set few and it’s a good way to create discrete offerings. Users simply need to login with their Twitter account to get started. This version is compatible with all operating systems. [KMG]

Also:


Screenmailer 
https://www.screenmailer.com/

Want to share video with friends and colleagues around the world? You may want to give Screenmailer a go. This version allows visitors to record up to 15 minutes at one time, send the links out privately via email, and even stream the video at their convenience. Additionally, the videos are made available using a private URL. This version is compatible with and Mac running Mavericks 10.9. [KMG]

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