Reliance Industries' free video conferencing application, JioMeet, on Tuesday added additional security features to prevent attacks like those at Zoom where hackers posted obscene images on screens.
JioMeet, which allows video conferencing for up to 24 hours of free encryption and password protection, has added a security feature that allows the conference host to prevent visitors from attending a meeting without being logged in or disclosed. their identity.
The feature, according to company sources, was added after the hacker invasion of Zoom video conferencing was reported.
JioMeet, in its first week of release, presented six features and improvements, including new features for corporate clients, according to sources, adding that the new features are blocking them. invaders to enter a conference.
The improved feature app is available in the Google Play Store and will soon be available on iOS, he said.
New features include personal meeting rooms with the ability to set one password meeting to facilitate repetitive meetings, such as school classes and daily meetings.
Also, a JioMeet user can now expand and "pin" a meeting participant by double-clicking the participant's video.
JioMeet also introduced the integration of traditional teleconferencing solutions used by corporate clients to work in many offices from fixed locations.
The use case is to offer flexibility to businesses allowing their employees to work together from office and home at the same time, they said.
The version also has a one-time connection for corporate users, which allows users to use their existing user ID and password.
Corporate users now have the ability to search and chat with other colleagues without leaving the main meeting.
Also in this version, JioMeet has updated the user interface and appearance.
JioMeet, released on July 2 in the afternoon, supports HD audio and video calls with up to 100 participants and offers functions such as screen sharing, programming capabilities meetings And much more.
But unlike Zoom, it does not impose a time limit of 40 minutes. Calls can last up to 24 hours.