Erin Bury at Betakit writes:

When it comes to enterprise collaboration tools, products like Dropbox, Basecamp, and Google Apps have changed the way companies work together online. Startup Screenhero is looking to change just one aspect of the enterprise collaboration space with its product: screensharing. The Mountain View, CA-based company, which is currently participating in startup accelerator Y Combinator’s latest class, launched a beta version of its Mac app in December 2012, and today is releasing its Windows version in public beta.

Since its public beta launch on February 11th, the company has seen over 5,000 registered users sign up, who shared 26,000 minutes of screen time last week alone.

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