By 2020 the industry standard Flash plug-in will be completely dead. And with it goes decades of installed hardware and licensed software. School districts have spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in what they considered a "long term investment." Now with the end of Flash rendering all this unusable, where should they turn to run their virtual classrooms? And what about hosting the hundreds of recordings and files they've saved over the years that run on Flash technology?
Unlike Flash, WebRTC videoconferencing runs natively in your html5 enabled browser. Meaning no downloads and no memory hogging software on your systems. It also makes running a classroom a breeze.
For the past year Digital Samba has been overhauling Samba Live to make it future proof. We've rebuilt our flagship videoconferencing software on WebRTC/HTML protocols. Our commitment will always be to make your full featured webinars and meetings a walk in the park. We have also made the decision to give added focus to schools looking to move away from legacy solutions.
And the best part - it'll cost your school districts a fraction of current contracts. No more upgrading every few years, and investing millions into servers that need ongoing maintenance. No more hiring dedicated staff and consultants to figure out how to run your systems. And no more feeling like you've spent a ton of money and only seem to use a few of your features. Samba Live's new software will always be up to date and have the same unlimited license pricing our current customers love.
To find out how Samba Live can help your school educate and collaborate with video, check out our virtual classrooms page, contact your Samba Live sales point of contact.
EUROPEAN REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT FUND
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DIGITAL SAMBA, S.L. has participated in the ICEX-Next Export Initiation Program, with the support of ICEX and the co-financing of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). The purpose of this support is to contribute to the international development of the company and its environment.