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Government Agencies Get Direct Access to RHUB's Collaboration, Support Tools
By Carolyn J Dawson, TMCnet Contributor
RHUB (News - Alert) Communications, Inc., has announced the availability of its TurboMeeting appliance family of products on the GSA Schedule 70 Contract (GS-35F-0550W). This facilitates government agencies, now having direct access to RHUB’s safe, real-time collaboration and support tools.
In a release, Larry Dorie, who is the CEO of RHUB, said that, “We are pleased to add RHUB Communications’ (News - Alert) real-time collaboration appliances to the GSA IT Schedule 70. Our proven solutions are a perfect fit to support our nation’s government agencies where security and value are top priority.”
TurboMeeting can be used to make use of a full range of safe, lucrative collaboration services. Some of these include: web conferencing, video conferencing, audio conferencing, remote support and remote access. Without a single subscription or software package, the organizations of any size, structure or geographical distribution can use the benefits of cost effective, instantaneous, and synchronous collaborative services all over their entire organization.
RHUB, a privately owned company, provides its offerings to more than 1 million end users in various market segments. Some of these end users include services, manufacturers, healthcare, education and government. With the help of RHUB's exceptional technology, the users of any platform such as Windows, Mac, Linux, Unix and iPhone (News - Alert) etc. are able to join meetings by making use of an Internet browser. Apart from that, it does not require any additional software for installation. With a small footprint and a power draw of only 4.5 watts, RHUB's available web conferencing appliances can be considered as the perfect solution for organizations which look for enhancing their environmental credentials. The company’s V4.2 delivers multipoint video conferencing capability. It also consists of functions such as clustered appliances, Webinar management, and improved Outlook integration to address the enterprise requirements.
RHUB technology is used by the products of Hitachi (News - Alert), Zultys, Central Desktop, Huddle, and other enterprises and service providers. RHUB has its headquarters in Silicon Valley, California.
Carolyn John is a Contributor to TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.
Edited by Ed Silverstein