Brother Intros OmniJoin Private Cloud Web Conferencing Solution
October 10, 2014
Today, businesses are in need of proper communication facility to share their ideas and business strategies. In response to the needs of modern businesspersons, Brother International Corporation has recently rolled out new OmniJoin Private Cloud web and video conferencing solution.
OmniJoin web conferencing delivers highly secure voice, video and collaboration through web meetings in the public cloud or in the private cloud. This cloud solution is designed for security-conscious businesses with military-grade end-to-end encryption, host authentication, SSL3/TLS/HTTPA transmission security, and multiple levels of meeting password controls.
This next-gen web conferencing solution helps users to communicate with colleagues to share ideas, business strategies and other useful information.
Moreover, when it comes to video chat or face to face video calling, this software helps you interacting with multiple people i.e. about 20 individuals at the same time. Users can effortlessly scale from low web resolutions to multipoint, full HD 1080p.
Users can also take advantage of advanced administration tools to allocate multiple administrators, access enterprise level reports and dashboards. They can also implement single sign-on, and provide directory integration.
Bill Henderson, Vice President at Brother International Corporation said that the new OmniJoin Private Cloud provides enhanced security and allows businesses to adhere to their corporate security and compliance standards by utilizing their own network and security certificates to optimize performance and encrypt communications.
In addition, this solution can automatically control software updates and upgrades and does not require any special hardware for installation or operation.
The company is currently offering two versions of the OmniJoin service. The public cloud offers varying levels of service, and the ability to quickly scale as the business needs grow and the private cloud can be installed behind the company’s firewall and requires no special hardware, and promises to give the utmost control in security, compliance the market demands.
Edited by Maurice Nagle
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