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Secure On-Premise Web Conferencing now Possible with OmniJoin Private Cloud

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Secure On-Premise Web Conferencing now Possible with OmniJoin Private Cloud

October 09, 2014
By Mini Swamy
TMCnet Contributor

With Web and video conferencing solutions making it to the center page, there is a tussle as companies compete with each other to sell their wares. Brother International Corporation joins the bustle with its OmniJoin Private Cloud, a secure, on-premise conferencing solution that can be implemented without making a large upfront investment in expensive new hardware.

OmniJoin public cloud has been available since June 2012 and it claims to have more than met the needs of businesses that were looking for Web meetings with superior HD video and advanced collaboration tools. However, when businesses have to share sensitive financial or customer information at these meetings, privacy and security are at stake.  OmniJoin Private Cloud provides the controlled environment required.

“Our Private Cloud will provide them the same level of superior functionality as our public cloud service, but with the control over performance, compliance and administration they desire," noted Bill Henderson, vice president at Brother International Corporation.

For businesses that need to meet various compliance standards and optimize the meeting experience by using their own servers, bandwidth, networks and security certificates, OmniJoin Private Cloud is a perfect fit. Like its public counterpart, it offers advanced video technology with high quality audio. All Web, VoIP, and video conferencing data is transmitted over encrypted connections with security features. In addition there are extra levels of security for control and compliance if the company chooses to utilize its own servers.

In addition to allowing advanced administrator functionality, OmniJoin Private Cloud automatically controls software updates and upgrades. No special hardware is required for installation and operation; hence implementation and maintenance is easy.

By now offering two versions of the OmniJoin service, Brother can cater to the needs of a larger section of customers by providing a variety of Web conferencing solutions that are scalable, flexible and affordable for customers.

Edited by Maurice Nagle

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