Indigenous VideoMeet eyes expansion in four more states

Indigenous VideoMeet eyes expansion in four more states

Video conferencing platform developed by Rajasthan based IT firm, Data Ingenious Global Ltd. VideoMeet, recently rolled out its expansion plan to Maharashtra, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu and Gujarat. The indigenous app is eyeing to invest around Rs 2 crore.

IT-resources like high capacity servers need to be deployed in four different states for hosting larger meetings without any technical glitches. Data Ingenious aims to deliver better connectivity, data security, and reduce data overload on their servers located in Rajasthan.

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VideoMeet currently stands at a count of 50,000 downloads for Android smartphone users, and is increasing every day. The highlights of the platform remain its set of features like recording, screen share, music share, flip cameras, celebrate, chat during video call etc.

The application is fully equipped to handle virtual meetings and webinars for work or any other personal and social interests. VideoMeet has setup resources to cater 2000+ people in various conferences, designed keeping in mind the requirements and aspirations of Indian businesses, educational institutions and other societal structures.

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This ‘Made in India’ application regulates the user’s data consumption, with its data compression technology. User’s interests are given top priority, and is available free of cost on all platforms Android, Web and iOS.

For more security, there is a Sensitive meeting option, where every panelist will be given a separate code and link to join which works only one time. The meetings held are fully encrypted; no personal data of users entering the meeting is procured via web. It does not require installation of a software or extension for attending a meeting on your system. No data is also shared with any third party.