Enables Conferencing Users to Store, Publish and Share Microsoft® Office Live Meeting Archives Through Online Content Management Tool
SCHAUMBURG, IL, NOVEMBER 19, 2008 - Conference Plus, Inc. (ConferencePlus™) a leading global provider of audio, web, webcasting and video conferencing services celebrating its twentieth anniversary in the conferencing industry, today announced its latest release of Share Portal™, an innovative content management tool for conferencing. Share Portal is the backbone of a suite of services that will allow ConferencePlus customers to store, publish and share all of their conferencing content, including recordings, media files and any related files.
With this second release of Share Portal, ConferencePlus customers are now able to store their Microsoft® Office Live Meeting web conference archives within their online Share Portal tool. They can then publish those web conferences on secure web pages to be shared with others.
"Our initial launch of Share Portal received an overwhelmingly positive response from our customer base," said Tim Reedy, CEO of ConferencePlus. "The excitement has given us tremendous feedback into the direction our customers would like us to take the Share Portal product. In turn, we have moved priorities up the development ladder to get this next release out to our customers, giving them the functionality they want and need," Mr. Reedy added.
ConferencePlus users that conduct web conferences using Microsoft® Office Live Meeting can now further extend the life of their recorded conferences and meetings with this release. Through the Share Portal content management tool, web conferences such as training classes, sales presentations and staff meetings can easily be published and then securely shared for downloading and viewing by a chosen group of users.
This release of Share Portal is the second phase of a comprehensive suite of offerings that will include the ability to store and publish presentation files, web presentations, webcasts, videos, podcasts, and any other relevant content. Subsequent releases planned over the next year will give conferencing users more content types to work with, more security options, enhanced branding capabilities, and other functionality to enhance ease of use.
"With this second release of Share Portal, we've strengthened our role in developing first-inmarket, best-in-industry conferencing tools," said Tim Reedy. "In future releases, we'll remain focused on customer-oriented product development to continue providing products and services that go beyond the simple conference call."