Reliance jio owned video-conferencing platform JioMeet will soon house brand-new features catering to small and medium businesses (SMBs) and enterprise customers. While details about the release remain unclear, the forthcoming additions would include 'breakout rooms' to split participants into various 'rooms' for better communication, multi-device support and simplified file sharing. Besides inviting participants while planning the meetings,… read-more
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Sources of Livemint confirmed Bharti Airtel’s plan to launch a unified, video-conferencing app following the popularity of JioMeet, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, etc. The app will be first tested with startups and enterprises and after assessing its success, will be made available to other users. Similar to JioMeet, the Airtel's Video Conferencing app will also be available to download freely. Like JioMeet, this app might also cater to government… read-more
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JioMeet, a video conferencing tool from Reliance Industries got praised by Niti Aayog CEO, Amitabh Kant on July 4. He tweeted that JioMeet is simple, easy and more secure than Zoom. "Meetings are encrypted and password-protected," He added, all data stays in India; the tool is likely to go places in the challenging times.
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JioMeet, launched by Reliance Jio on 2 July, can have 100 participants in one session. It is said to be India's first high definition (HD) video conferencing app. With established competitors like Zoom, Google Meet etc, JioMeet has worked to enhance the network on which hundred people can connect with each other, and the app is available in Google Playstore and Apple AppStore, for free.
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