What is MIVNET Connect?
The Connect full-featured team collaboration solution enables your workforce to engage effectively whenever and wherever the need to collaborate arises – out of pure business process flow or as part of your organization’s agile methodology practice. MIVNET approaches team collaboration as a facilitator not as an application unto itself. The goal is to work alongside other applications that are already in use not to replace them. Connect has two modes of engagement: Meeting and Team. In both modes, users have one-click access to voice, video, conferencing, chat, and screen sharing.
In Meeting mode users can easily join a Connect meeting and when the meeting is finished they can exit the application. This is the mode of operation of the typical video conferencing tool on the market.
In Team mode, “Connect” takes a decidedly different approach. When team members sign into MIVNET Connect they enter into a complete virtual workspace. This platform acts as an always-on team enablement tool that allows individual team members to choose the way they want to collaborate. The team approach to communications fosters real-time engagement with the rest of the user’s community. Connect puts all team members in the same “room” empowering users to collaborate naturally throughout their workday to discuss issues as they arise, resolve problems quickly, make decisions faster, and engage more effectively.
The Connect team platform puts all team members in the same virtual workspace enabling users to discuss issues, solve problems, and make decisions in real-time and from wherever they are working. In addition to H.323/SIP-based room system operability, customizable control of video tiles, guest access via WebRTC, and concurrent desktop sharing, Connect differentiates through patent-pending features such as:
- Telephony Integration - to make/take/merge calls to/from SIP endpoints even while in meetings
- App Tabs - to bring web-based business process apps to meetings
- Meeting Privacy - to minimize interrupts and keep privacy through door-knocking and permission granting
- Universal Multimedia Player - to stream HD quality video or audio files directly into a meeting through a separate video tile.