Discover how businesses are using OmniJoin® to help teams communicate and collaborate over secure web conferences.
‘The Bank’ has over 120 employees spanning six locations. Video conferencing was critical for these employees to effectively collaborate with their colleagues working in remote branches. The challenge was that virtual meetings were an ad hoc approach as bank employees used a variety of low-cost or free online systems. Every time an employee wanted to deploy a video conference, IT would need to be notified to open and close the network, before and after each conference session, to ensure security safeguards. Read how the bank gained controlled of their video conferencing with the OmniJoin on-premise solution.
In 2010, Farmers National Bank was building its new main headquarters in Scottsville, Kentucky. They knew that they wanted to use a video conferencing solution within the new facility to easily allow the board of directors to connect during monthly meetings. While some members were in the office or could travel to the new site, some were located as far away as Nashville, Tennessee and a
video conferencing solution would be an efficient way for them to join the meetings. Read how OmniJoin was able to help Farmers National Bank with secure, board of director meetings as well as improving internal communications.
Although technology-augmented trials are generally viewed as desirable, ordinarily they are dependent upon sophisticated and expensive courtroom technology infrastructure. Given sharply limited court budgets, many courts simply can’t afford the technology and the technology infrastructure that would improve both the administration of justice and efficiency. Brother OmniJoin offers court systems a low annual fee, nearly 10-times less than other video web conferencing providers without sacrificing any of the high-definition video or audio quality.