New Scheduled Meeting Feature in Xync Collab from Damaka

By Ariel Jones — December 23, 2011

Damaka, a provider of mobile communication and collaboration solutions for the enterprise, announced the availability of a Scheduled Meeting feature in its Xync Collab application, enabling unified communication across a variety of mobile platforms.

The new feature extends mobility to iPhone, iPad, and Android devices and allows users to engage in real-time, secure audio and video conferencing, as well as manage participant activity in scheduled meetings.

Supported features include audio and video call, PowerPoint sharing, desktop sharing, file transfer, program sharing, IM conferencing, and contact management. This managed peer-to-peer SIP-based software solution features Damaka's Sweeping technology, which provides users with a way to transfer in-progress active sessions among mobile and stationary devices, and across network boundaries.

The Scheduled Meeting feature is the newest addition to Damaka's Enterprise Mobile Video and Mobile Collaboration Strategy. Currently, Xync is the only mobile native client for Microsoft Lync/OCS R2. The Xync Collab application is compliant with iPhone, iPad, and Android-powered smartphones and tablets. Other Damaka solutions are also available for Symbian, Blackberry, and Windows Mobile platforms.

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