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Brighton and Hove, East Sussex, United Kingdom, 2015/11/23 - A product launch by a Brighton based company, Drum. An announcement from Drum outlines ShareAnywhere - ThisisDrum.com.
Drum, based on the south coast of England, has today launched their enterprise web meeting offering, ShareAnywhere. Drum is designed to embed inside websites and existing services with one line of code providing a unique URL for each meeting.
The features of Drum’s Web Meeting tool include:
- WebRTC enabled audio and video;
- Presentation methods include; share your screen, present files (from local drive or all major cloud storage services) and create whiteboards;
- Document collaboration tools: laser pointer, pencil, and slide controls;
- PSTN dial-in for participants who are not web enabled;
- Waiting room for guests;
- Replay every meeting in real-time.
The technical capability of Drum, embedding inside an existing service, will allow the customer brand to remain with the meeting and consistent throughout the meeting experience. For example, a strategy consultant would be able to hold, what would traditional be external, internal meetings within the brand and internal to the organisation. Built upon the concept of WebRTC, people external to the organisation can access the meeting just as easily as those internal to the organisation.
Drum has been a strong supporter of WebRTC since its initial release in 2011. Working closely with the open source since its release. As Microsoft announces the support of ORTC, the support of browser based communication and its awareness is likely to increase driving the demand for products similar to ShareAnywhere.
ShareAnywhere can be obtained today with different pricing tiers: free (0-5 attendees per meeting), Professional £26 per host per month (0 - 50 attendees) and the Enterprise tier starting at £200 per month for 10 host licenses (up to 250 attendees). You can try ShareAnywhere for free on the Drum website.
ShareAnywhere is currently being utilised within the following industry: