Rhub : Web Conferencing Improved Security & Channel Programming

By: Don Rainwater

RHUB has shown great creative ability and ingenuity in web conferencing, security improvements, and in the expansion of their channel programming. For instance, with the TurboMeeting 3.3 software they began their international language and recording phase. TurboMeeting 3.3 supports five languages:? English, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese. When meeting attendees have their computer set on an included language they will see the user interface in their own language.

In 2008 they extended their channel program for web conferencing by adding Central Desktop, Packetel, and Abi Teq to their channel associates. RHUB's TurboMeeting 200 was the on-premise web conferencing appliance winner of the 2008 Global Product Excellence in the Worlds Best Software Customer Trust Award.

When you look at the history of RHUB you see a history of progress. In 2006 they partnered with cyLogistics providing web conferencing that integrated with Asterisk-based voice bridging applications. That move caused any PC user with Internet access to have the capability to share a screen in any PC application with other players on the Internet. Just think about it: in 2007 RHUB released TurboMeeting 3.0 Conferencing solution with HT. They also released the TurboMeeting 3.0 Web Conferencing solution for Macintosh in 2007.

As you review their history you see that RHUB continually strives to improve and expand their arena of expertise and to expand customer support and outreach. From a business perspective RHUB is a company to do business with because you can see that they stay on top of technology. When you use their products you are working in the arena of benefits that their hard work provides. They truly are the leaders in web conferencing and remote access technology. Their appliances will get your business where you want it to go without leaving the office. Your virtual trip will be secure and easy.

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