As of today, all customers and guests attending our video web conferencing room will need to modify any saved, book marked conference room URL links from http:// to the secure https://members.conferencetm.com/conference,example only
Customers and video conference room administrators will now effectively need to access there conference room control panel using the new access URL below.
Additional to having a more secure log-in, the conference rooms will now functional normally using Chrome web browser.
ConferenceV3 room Moderators and owner’s are advised a new default setting has been implemented that now hides (removes) the members list from showing any members present inside the conference room.
Therefore when guests log-in the conference room, they cannot see the member list. (Attendee List)
To change this, the Moderator is required before or during a conference meeting to change this setting from yes to no. The NO setting will allow the members to appear and country flag to be seen by attendees for this conference meeting only, future meetings will require the same setting change if desired as per above.
However, if the default settings are not changed, only Moderators inside the conference room will see the member list. (all attendees / guests)
If you have any questions or comments, please contact the help desk team.
To locate the White Board Feature, moderators can access this via Selecting the Presentation Tab as shown in the diagram below.
Next…look at the bottom middle section of your conference room and you will see the
Start Drawing button, to start drawing select this button and a small panel will display all your tool options, colors, shapes, text sizes and fonts etc.
We have already moved 80% of servers successfully with no interruption. However the final live migration requires a new DNS and may interrupt conferencing services temporarily as the DNS resolves around the world.
As such, we have determined the least disruptive time window for our biggest customer base
to proceed as follows below.
Scheduled Maintenance August 27th 2013
USA – NEW YORK – 12.00 AM AUSTRALIA – SYDNEY 2.00 PM BRAZIL – SAO PAULO 1.00 AM UNITED KINGDOM – 5.00 AM RUSSIA – MOSCOW 8.00 AM SAUDI ARABIA 7.00 AM
DNS is responsible for converting human-friendly domain names into the numeric IP (Internet protocol) addresses that computers use to route data. When it fails, computers are unable to route data to its intended destination, even though the destination server remains online and accessible.
Thank you for patience and understanding in this matter.
Anthony Hosking – CEO
Social proof our video conference software just works.
A corporate user emailed there client base detailing there unique URL conference room link and provided a start meeting time and the next thing………..691 clients from around the world attended.
The power and benefit of our video conferencing software enables our customers to conduct audio video conferencing with collaboration features to promote your goods and services right from your office or home using your computer.
Please be advised that our website’s, email and customer support desk’s maybe disrupted at some point as we migrate to a brand new faster servers to handle the additional web traffic, ensure reliability as we complete 2012 in readiness for 2013.
ALL CONFERENCE ROOMS REMAIN 100% OPERATIONAL
Preparation for the migration is currently under way and we expect some short outages as a result of the migration procedure and normal DNS internet related propagation delays within the next 24 – 48 hours.
For any emergencies, please contact us via Twitter if our support desk is down.
We appreciate your understanding for this vital upgrade and thank all of customer’s
for there continued business many of them we’ve been serving since 2004.
So from all of us here, we wish you a very Happy Festive Season and A Really
Wonderful New Year 2013.
Love it or hate it, the text message is 20 years old.
The first-ever text message was sent December 3, 1992, by software engineer Neil Papworth, to Vodafone director Richard Jarvis, who received the message on his husky Orbitel 901 cell phone. It read simply, “Merry Christmas.”
In 2010, the International Telecommunications Union reported that 200,000 text messages were sent every minute and 6.1 trillion texts were sent worldwide.
In June 2012, the CTIA mobile trade group reported that 184.3 billion text messages were sent a month in the United States — up from 28.9 billion a month in 2007.
Globally, 8.6 trillion text messages are sent each year, amazing!
At least our software Text Chat IM feature is not limited to 160 characters laughs Anthony.