Remote Communication

The Introduction of Remote Conferencing or Classroom Systems

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The introduction of remote conferencing and remote classroom systems using the open-source BigBlueButton brings revolution to both business and education.

Firstly, by implementing this system, participants from around the world can join meetings or classes in real-time regardless of location or time constraints. It enables collaboration and learning with a global perspective, overcoming geographical limitations.

Moreover, the system itself is highly user-friendly, offering an intuitive interface. Participants and instructors can easily communicate, share materials, and present content, facilitating efficient information sharing and learning environments.

Furthermore, robust security measures ensure that remote meetings and classes take place in a protected environment where privacy is maintained. Strong encryption technology and access control features guarantee confidentiality and data security.

By adopting remote conferencing and remote classroom systems with BigBlueButton, businesses and educational institutions can enhance flexibility, scalability, and productivity. They can adapt to new communication methods and learning styles, thus maintaining competitiveness in today's dynamic environment.

System Implementation Steps

Operational in Cloud or Local Environment

Step 1

Which System will You Select?

At this stage, we confirm which systems or services to deploy, such as home automation systems, IP telephone systems, web conferencing systems, etc. We also determine whether to deploy them in the cloud or on-premises, considering customization requirements, budget, schedule, and other factors.

Step 2

In Which Machine will You Install it?

As the deployment destination, options such as AWS, GCP, Azure, or locally-owned computers in the company premises or at home are considered. Configuration for remote operation via SSH will also be set up.

Step 3

Install The System and Test Running

Various server applications and web content necessary for the system are packaged as Docker images. Along with configuration files, these Docker images are placed on the computer, and various applications are operated as Docker containers for testing purposes. This testing phase involves verifying the functionality and security of the system and making necessary modifications as needed.

Step 4

Start System

We will begin operations. After the start of operations, monitoring and maintenance of the system will continue as needed (additional charges may apply).