8×8 Video Meetings Solutions Cross 10 Million Monthly Active Users; Jitsi Community to Unveil Next Steps in Secure Video Meetings
Raises the Bar on Video Conferencing Security Driven by Demand from Individuals, Businesses and Organizations
8×8, Inc., a leading integrated cloud communications platform, today announced significant growth in usage across 8×8 video meetings solutions, including meet.jit.si and the 8×8 Video Meetings platform, with global monthly active users now surpassing more than 10.4 million. The company also announced an upcoming webcast to discuss the Jitsi open-source community’s next steps to raise the bar for secure WebRTC-based video meetings.
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8×8 Video Meetings, powered by Jitsi, is part of 8×8 X Series, an enterprise-grade cloud communications, video collaboration and contact center solution built on a modern, open cloud technology platform, and is also available as a free and unlimited standalone service at 8×8.vc. The video meetings technology has been battle hardened by the Jitsi open-source developer community, designed from the start to provide strong levels of privacy and security for everyone from anonymous free users to enterprise organizations by offering robust encryption, randomized meeting names and password protection.
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“There has been a huge increase in mobile and remote working as organizations need to ensure business resiliency while keeping employees safe, secure and productive due to the current global situation,” said Vik Verma, Chief Executive Officer at 8×8, Inc. “The phenomenal growth during the past two months in usage across our video meetings solutions demonstrates the importance of security and privacy amongst individuals, businesses and organizations.”
8×8 will host a webcast on Tuesday, April 14 at 10am PT / 1pm ET with Ray Wang, Principal Analyst, Founder and Chairman of Constellation Research, and Emil Ivov, Ph.D., Founder of the Jitsi.org open-source project and the head of 8×8 Video Collaboration, to discuss the importance of open-source video security for all, and why today’s encryption and upcoming advanced capabilities are critical for highly-sensitive information and meetings. Register for the webcast at Secure Video Meetings for All.
More than 10.4 Million Video Meetings Monthly Active Users Worldwide
8×8 is the main contributor to the Jitsi.org open-source solution, and the standalone and integrated versions of 8×8 Video Meetings are powered by Jitsi. The Jitsi.org code has been hardened with over a million downloads and in applications like banking video conferencing, education as a service platforms, and home security applications globally. 8×8 Video Meetings utilizes the WebRTC standard which enables attendees to instantly join meetings without any downloads or plugins. The free, standalone version of 8×8 Video Meetings is available at https://8×8.vc, and includes international dial-in numbers in more than 55 countries.
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8×8 Video Meetings is also packaged with 8×8 X Series for businesses that have a mobile and remote workforce requiring a highly reliable and resilient solution across desktop and mobile devices for voice, video, chat, contact center, APIs and advanced analytics. It is also offered with 8×8 Express, which is for small organizations and teams that require a complete, preconfigured business phone system with a dedicated business number, video meetings and messaging in a single desktop and mobile application.
8×8 has experienced a significant increase in usage across its video meetings solutions, including meet.jit.si and 8×8 Video Meeting solutions, with monthly active users1 growing globally to more than 10.4 million.
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