Sunnyvale, California (PRWEB) June 07, 2012
TenHands, Inc., the innovative service provider that delivers free, easy video collaboration for businesses, announces free multipoint group video collaboration as part of its current Beta program. TenHands users can create free multi-party group meetings for up to 10 participants in several ways, including via their own personal URL. Each TenHands user gets a personal URL based on their email address and TenHands’ web address: email@example.com. Including a personal URL in a meeting invitation allows both guests and TenHands users simply to click the URL to join the host’s TenHands meeting.
TenHands is designed to make team meetings, webinars, associations and other group collaboration efforts more productive by adding visual communications in an easy and cost effective way. Small businesses, individual entrepreneurs and large corporations can access business quality video under a freemium business model to prove the value before investing capital.
“The emergence and growth of freemium applications such as Box, Dropbox, and Yammer among hundreds of others demonstrates how cloud technologies will yield easier to use, more effective solutions at breakthrough cost. That is exactly what we are doing for video collaboration to enable anyone to have face to face interactions whenever they want,” explains Jack Blaeser, TenHands’ Co-Founder and CCO.
To see TenHands in action, please visit the TenHands Group Meeting Demo Room.
“We are riding the biggest waves in technology to redefine real time video collaboration: the evolution of the browser to become a tool for real time communications and a massive move to scalable, on-demand cloud computing for disruptive delivery cost advantages,” added Mark Weidick, TenHands’ Co-Founder and CEO.
Available today on Mac and Windows laptops and PCs, TenHands will add support for iPad, iPhone and Droid devices in the coming months.
About TenHands, Inc.
Founded in 2011 by industry authorities on video collaboration, TenHands’ revolutionary personal video collaboration service is based on Google's WebRTC initiative to get real-time video and audio into the browser, and is 100% virtualized and cloud based in Amazon's Elastic Computing Cloud. Using TenHands’ video conferencing, teams and organizations can benefit from greater productivity gains, reduced cost in travel, accelerated globalization, environmental savings in Co2, greater agility of human resources, and enhanced business continuity. The “TenHands” concept emerged from the philosophy of John Wooden, the UCLA basketball coach, who emphasized the value of teamwork and insisted that all five players (read: ten hands) touch the ball before shooting. For more information, visit http://www.tenhands.net.