Santa Clara, CA (Vocus) August 20, 2008
RHUB Communications, Inc. (RHUB), the premiere provider of TurboMeeting Web conferencing solutions, announced the release of TurboMeeting Version 3.4. This updated version includes key enhancements for RHUB’s award-winning TurboMeeting Web conferencing software, with extensions for Remote Support and the Macintosh client. TurboMeeting Version 3.4 also includes integration with AllFreeConference, providing integrated Web/audio conferencing.
TurboMeeting 3.4 now offers the following capabilities for Remote Support users:
- Multiple sessions on one desktop.
- Removal of client software after a support session.
- Upload of user’s SSL certificate.
- Reboot to “Safe” mode.
- Change user from remote login.
The Macintosh client enables the remote support function and file transfer, and the Mac user interface is consistent with the PC interface. Additional features include the DynDNS client for DynDNS Domain Name System support, user selection of international languages, and name display of Universal Attendance attendees.
New Microsoft-specific support includes the publication of APIs for users to start and join meetings from Web and Windows-based applications. Version 3.4 also allows the TurboMeeting client to “Start or Join” a session from Microsoft Remote Desktop.
TurboMeeting 3.4 includes built-in integration with AllFreeConference audio for integrated Web/audio conferencing. Both Web and audio systems share the same meeting ID, making it simpler for the user – conference invitations automatically include the audio conference information. Additionally, the API integration code is available for customers to integrate with their own conference bridge. For more information, visit http://www.allfreeconference.com.
Every TurboMeeting Web conferencing appliance will automatically be updated with the release of Version 3.4 - no IT support is required.
RHUB specializes in On-Premise Web conferencing appliances, giving users complete ownership and control of the hardware and software. On-Premise appliances offer significant advantages over hosted solutions, including:
- Lower Total Cost of Ownership.
- Enhanced Access Security.
- No IT support required.
- Integration features to enhance usability within customer environments.
- Customization opportunities.
RHUB’s On-Premise Web conferencing appliances are available in capacities that serve SMBs to global enterprises, and come with a one-year warranty for hardware and software. For a full listing of TurboMeeting appliances and specifications, visit http://www.rhubcom.com.
About RHUB Communications
RHUB is a premier provider of On-Premise Web conferencing appliances that meet the needs of any organization. The Company’s end users total over 5,000 in a variety of market segments including services, manufacturing, and government. RHUB’s On-Premise Web conferencing appliances focus on criteria of the highest importance to users: ease-of-use, affordability, security, control, and reliability. RHUB’s breakthrough View-Only technology enables users of any platform to join meetings by a browser, requiring no download. With a small footprint, and power draw of only 4.5 watts, RHUB’s On-Premise Web conferencing appliances are the perfect choice for organizations seeking to improve their environmental credentials. RHUB is privately-owned and headquartered in Silicon Valley, California. For more information, visit http://www.rhubcom.com.
Judy & George Corporate Communications
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ldorie @ rhubcom.com