How You Can Avoid Airport Hassles through Secure Webconferencing

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Security is a necessity these days. There is no question about that. These latest developments have proven that no matter what we take for granted, it isn’t enough. We must use secure on-line web conferencing services as an alternative to holding meetings involving persons that must travel. All of the functionality of holding a meeting in a classroom or a conference room is maintained.

Security is a necessity these days. There is no question about that. These latest developments have proven that no matter what we take for granted, it isn’t enough. We are dealing with terrorist forces that have deployed themselves around the world, with their sole objective of killing us all or else terrorizing ourselves into paralysis. RS Carper and Associates announces the availability of secure on-line web conferencing services as an alternative to holding meetings involving persons that must travel. All of the functionality of holding a meeting in a classroom or a conference room is maintained.

The heart of Secure Webconferencing is the VOIP “engine” that it uses. It utilizes a data compression methodology that enables it to communicate over a dial-up telephone interface. Added to this is a encryption -- decryption methodology based on data encryption standards (DES) at both the client side and the server side. This makes the VOIP connection virtually impossible to invade.

There are also safeguards in Secure Webconferencing as to who can enter the conference room and most of all, who can serve as moderator. Certain rooms are restricted to a “members only” safeguard, where entry to such rooms is by password only. The moderator must also use a password, enabling him or her to run the conference.

Secure Webconferencing uses Hot Conference as its main system. It is one such system that is both secure and as an added bonus, is very inexpensive to implement.

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