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VCOM WebRTC iPad User Station

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VCOM WebRTC can run on any device with a capable web browser. Consumer devices such as an iPad can be converted into a dedicated, touchscreen user station featuring low latency audio and video. This is a great option for individuals working from home.

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VCOM WebRTC iPad User Station

Major EU Broadcaster uses VCOM for Secure, Remote Communications

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Sky News uses VCOM to enable critical communications with employees working from home. VCOM is suitable for remote, secure and reliable communication in industries such as Broadcast and Aerospace.

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Through our partner Sofnisys

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Major EU Broadcaster uses VCOM for Secure, Remote Communications

Introducing VCOM DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service)

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VCOM DRaaS Cloud servers are available to all employees working remotely in the event of a disaster. Having a plan is critical to ensure business continuity in emergency situations. Feature include:

  • Mission critical matrix communications
  • Live video capture & streaming from smartphones
  • Multi-channel video monitoring & routing
  • Precise geolocation and mapping of all users
  • Seamless telephony / IP-PBX integration
  • Programmable alerts
  • Screen sharing
  • Individual volume level controls

A VCOM DRaaS Cloud server can be rapidly provisioned. When the system is not needed it goes into Standby Mode. Customers pay a low monthly fee for the service. In the event of an emergency the system is switched into Active Mode. The system is immediately available to all employees regardless of their location. Employees have full access to the VCOM system from anywhere in the world. Allowing firms to be prepared with a complete disaster recovery plan.

 

 

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Introducing VCOM DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service)