As the above clip makes clear, when it comes to Vidyo solutions, quality really does matter.
And when we throw around that promise, we’re not just talking about “quality” in the audio/visual aspects of our applications; we’re talking about all parts of the big enterprise communications picture, including the extremely critical element of security.
It’s not something you hear other vendors harp on all that much. But in Vidyo’s case it’s particularly important and for good reason.
Vidyo revolutionized video conferencing with its patented VidyoRouter technology and Scalable Video Coding (SVC), letting users participate in high quality Vidyo conferences from just about anywhere from any device over the Internet.
While this provides great flexibility for our customers, we also recognize the importance of protecting sensitive information transmitted over this medium; thus, security has always been a critical element and focal point of our new product/service development and deployment.
No wonder why Vidyo is used by some of the most security conscious industries. The Vidyo platform was built with security in mind and uses FIPS 140-2 compliant encryption, TLS, SRP, AES coupled with LDAP, AD, and SSO based authentication, allowing all of our customer to collaborate securely with Vidyo solutions.
Industries that use Vidyo include:
You can download the accompanying white paper – Secure VidyoConferencing™: Protecting your communications – if you want to get into more of the nitty gritty science. It includes details on signaling and media encryption as well our unique secure firewall traversal capabilities.
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