RHUB’s Remote Seminars Help Bring Workers Together; Learn New Policies

Many businesses have been hit hard in today’s economy and have suspended things like business travel and face-to-face conferencing. This doesn’t mean businesses have to stop gathering their employees together for meetings and seminars.  Web conferencing through RHUB’s 4-in-1 Appliance is just the thing for economically strapped yet busy offices.  RHUB’s Web conferencing appliance is unlike the traditional Web conferencing businesses participate in. This is an appliance, much like a router, your company can own so you control it and there are no monthly fees.

There are many advantages to having a RHUB web conferencing and remote support set up through your company’s computer.  First, everyone is guaranteed to attend the meeting or seminar because there is nothing for them to download; no firewalls to get in their way. You simply start a seminar and your attendees join the meeting within five seconds.  Attendees may join using any platform such as Windows-based, Windows mobile, Linux, UNIX, Mac and PC.

Everyone attending the meeting could become a presenter of their own computer screen to all the other participants simply by allowing the meeting host to assign each attendee as the presenter.  Additionally, everyone attending the meeting could take control of the presenter’s mouse and keyboard.

The host can pause a meeting if there is something they do not want shared with the rest of the meeting and for privacy sake, the list of attendees may be hidden. This is an appliance, much like a router, your company can own so you control it and there are no monthly fees.

Many businesses have been hit hard in today’s economy and have suspended things like business travel and face-to-face conferencing. This doesn’t mean businesses have to stop gathering their employees together for meetings and seminars. Web conferencing through RHUB’s 4-in-1 Appliance is just the thing for economically strapped yet busy offices.

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