ClearOne’s Collaborate Space app launches on-premise enterprise edition
By Akshay Kedari  Date: 2019-04-26

ClearOne’s Collaborate Space app launches on-premise enterprise edition

ClearOne has launched an on-premise enterprise version of its cloud-powered Collaborate Space application providing enhanced security and full enterprise control for bigger organizations.

In a recent turn of events, ClearOne, a leading global provider of audio and visual communication solutions, has launched Collaborate Space Enterprise, a novel platform supporting on-premise collaboration. Along with the newfangled on-premise Enterprise platform, ClearOne’s Collaborate Space is also available in cloud-based Pro and Basic versions.

For the uninitiated, ClearOne is a global market leader providing network streaming, collaboration, and conferencing solutions.

If reports are to be believed, Collaborate Space’s three versions are powerful video and audio conferencing applications with a complete pack of collaboration features.

Collaborate Space has been developed to include everything required for online conferences, including integrated file sharing, scheduling, meeting minutes, whiteboarding, messaging, annotation, and a lot more. It unites numerous users, through video and audio, with the facility to make calls to mobile phones and landlines, cite sources familiar with the application.

As stated by Zee Hakimoglu, CEO and Chairman of ClearOne, Collaborate Space Enterprise encompasses all the functions people expect from a fully-featured cloud collaboration application, with the enhanced security and full organization control linked with on-premise platforms. Hakimoglu also said that this new edition of Collaborate Space tackles the unique needs of bigger business organizations.

As per authentic sources, in all the 3 editions of Collaborate Space, users can generate searchable, persistent public and private channels, arranged by topic, which can include messages, notes, agendas, documents, whiteboards, video and audio recordings, and more.

Collaborate Space reportedly has an intuitive and simple user-friendly interface, that functions on any device including desktop, mobile, as well as all ClearOne Collaborate Live room systems. As it has not been designed as a closed garden, it comprises gateway software for interoperability with conventional H.323 & SIP systems. Furthermore, with white label choices, Collaborate Space can be modified to match any customer or partner brand.

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