Posts Tagged ‘Web conferencing solutions’

RHUB Web Conferencing Servers for Unified Meetings

May 29th, 2014

In a rapidly changing global economy, an increasing number of organizations are now operating in geographically dispersed offices. As a result of such an increasingly global workforce, the demand for real-time collaboration and communication is also increasing, as well.

Whether you’re looking to team up on a project with your colleagues in a branch office, or hold a large-scale international investor relations meeting, RHUB web conferencing servers provide outstanding connectivity anytime you have geographically dispersed participants that need to communicate and collaborate with one another.

RHUB offers a full line of powerful and effective web conferencing servers that fit the needs of any sized company that provide the quality of in-person meetings, the Unified Meeting and Cisco WebEx.

Globalized Communication in Real Time

RHUB web conferencing servers allows you to bring participants together quickly and easily – from anywhere in the world – to present, share, collaborate and make decisions in real time. RHUB blends audio, web, and video conferencing into one secure, reliable, proprietary server that integrates with everyday business tools, including outlook integration and calendaring systems. No reservations are required, starting and attending a meeting is as simple as the click of your mouse, and to top it all off, RHUB manages the servers for you.

RHUB web conferencing servers’ features include:

    • HD Desktop video conferencing
    • Free Audio Conferencing
    • Real-time privacy protection
    • Poll, survey, quiz participants
    • Application sharing
    • Guaranteed Attendance
    • Chat
    • Pause meetings
    • Webinar registration
    • Customizable meeting interface
    • Outlook Integration
    • Reporting
    • Support up to 3000 concurrent participants
    • And much more….

Increased Productivity and Maximized Resources

The RHUB web conferencing solution allows you to maximize your resources by bringing people together while eliminating the hassle, time and costs associated with traditional business travel. Web conferencing solutions have the capability of completely transforming the way in which you communicate with colleagues, clients, and suppliers. Additionally, the RHUB web conferencing solution can revolutionize the way in which you interact in-house.

Whether your company needs to hold a training session for new recruits or employees, conduct a product launch, or hold a press conference, it is possible to take advantage of reliable, secure, and cost-effective web conferencing. With the addition of web conferencing to your communications arsenal, your company is no longer constrained to geographical limitations. When your entire organization is able to operate on the same page in real time, information flow within your company is dramatically improved.

All that’s required is Internet access. As all companies look to get more done with less, online meeting solutions like RHUB web conferencing servers are quickly growing in popularity. Want to see what they can do for your business? Give us a call today on 866-758-0984 or visit our website http://www.rhubcom.com

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Which Web Conferencing Setup Is Right for You?

September 23rd, 2013

Communication technology has now reached a new frontier.
There’s no need to tie your message to a helium-filled balloon or the foot of a courier pigeon.

In an instant, your organization can interact with other remotely located parties, nationally or internationally, through the wonders of Web conferencing.

And after decades of evolution, we’re happy to report that Web conferencing is secure and easy to use — even if you don’t fancy yourself as being very “tech savvy.”

Better technology means more options for the user. You have three simple choices for your Web conferencing setup:

1. Hosted Service
2. On-Premise Software
3. On-Premise Appliance

Each option has its advantages and disadvantages, so which one will work best for you? We think you will know this answer for your organization better than anybody else. So, we’d encourage you to decide for yourself. But in case you would like more information, we have provided the following paragraphs to help you understand each of the three Web conferencing options, including their pros and cons. And don’t worry! The explanations below are even easier than blowing up party balloons (and definitely simpler than tying them).

Across the Board

There are a few characteristics that all three Web conferencing solutions have in common, across the board:
— All three options give you the ability to communicate within your organization.
— All three options give you the ability to communicate with other remote organizations.
— All three options simplify the process of data sharing.
— And of course, all three options will enhance your virtual meetings.

The Fork in the Road
The three Web conferencing solutions differ in where they are used, as well as some of their strengths. So, let’s take a look at some very specific differences.

HOSTED SERVICE

Hosted Service — The Pros
Hosted Web conferencing services are Internet-based, which makes it a great, offpremise solution, meaning, if you’re not at the office and you need to hold your Web conference from your home, that’s just fine. Your organization simply subscribes to the hosted service and then accesses its application online. No sweat. The hosted solution is the easiest to deploy.

Hosted Service — The Cons
Hosted solutions are less secure, so this will be a significant consideration for you if your organization deals with extremely sensitive information. And hosted solutions are a never-ending expense, as long as you’re subscribed, because they require you to pay an ongoing cost.

ON-PREMISE SOFTWARE

On-Premise Software — The Pros
On-premise software offers you greater security. It operates behind client-company firewalls for an additional barrier of protection and support. Private clouds (within an organization) are much more secure than public clouds (the Internet), because they work over an organization’s servers and its infrastructure, as opposed to being deployed over the Internet (aka The Wild West). When compared to hosted service, on-premise software is also cost-saving over time, and it has a lot more flexibility for integration and for branding (highlighting your organization’s name during conferences).

On-Premise Software — The Cons
The problem with on-premise software, however, is its high upfront cost, and it’s rather difficult to deploy.

ON-PREMISE APPLIANCE

On-Premise Appliance — For the Pros!
As with the on-premise software described above, an on-premise appliance offers you the same great security because it also operates behind client-company firewalls for an additional barrier of protection and support. Private clouds (within an organization) are much more secure than public clouds (the Internet), because they work over an organization’s servers and its infrastructure, as opposed to being deployed over the Internet. And just like on-premise software, when compared to hosted service, an on-premise appliance is also cost-saving over time, and it has a lot more flexibility for integration and for branding.

But unlike on-premise software, the on-premise appliance has a low upfront cost, and it’s easy to deploy, which usually makes it the all-around favorite, once people understand all three options.

Full Disclosure:
In the paragraphs above, we encouraged you to examine these options and choose for yourself. You know your organization and its needs better than we do, so we warmly welcome you to compare and contrast the three solutions for Web conferencing. And if this article has helped you — and you’re happy — then we’re happy, regardless of which solution you choose.

Now, you probably noticed a conspicuous omission of “cons” for the on-premise appliance. Well, that’s because here at RHUB, we personally believe that an on-premise appliance is the very best of the three solutions. That’s why our company has created the RHUB 6-in-1 Web Conferencing Appliance, which gives you Web conferencing, remote support, audio conferencing, video conferencing, remote access and Webinar capabilities — all through one appliance. But we’re not going to give you a big sales pitch here. If you’re interested, we’d encourage you to visit our Web site to learn more: RHUB

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