Author: dsellers

Video Conferencing arrives for iPhone app developers

Global IP Solutions (http://www.gipscorp.com/), a provider of HD voice and video processing solutions, has announced the availability of video chat technology for iPhone developers to incorporate video conferencing/video chat into their mobile applications.

With GIPS VideoEngine Mobile, iPhone developers can integrate y real-time video chat or multi-point video conferencing into iPhone applications that resolves the issues related to IP networks such as delay, jitter and echo, says Joyce Kim, GIPS’ chief marketing officer.

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Flurry floats onto the Mac

The DiscCloud Social Network (http://www.disccloud.com) has announced the release of “Flurry”, the desktop cloud infrastructure for Mac OS X. DiscCloud’s Mac desktop cloud offers Mac users access to their desktop from any Mac device on the network.

DiscCloud Flurry extends enterprise class business continuity to the Mac platform via VMware infrastructure, according to the folks at DiscCloud. Flurry is built on VMware and works as a plug-in into the VMware infrastructure. VMware service provider partners can deploy the cloud for Mac OS X 10.5 and higher.

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‘MacVoices’ looks at screen sharing, Back to my Mac

The new “MacVoices” (http://www.macvoices.com) takes a look a screening sharing and Back to my Mac.

Glenn Fleishman has just updated two Take Control books, Take Control of Screen Sharing in Snow Leopard and Take Control of Back To My Mac and discusses both. There are a number of methods of sharing your screen, with our without Apple’s MobileMe service, and Fleishman discusses the built-in capabilities of the Mac OS, and the improvements introduced by Snow Leopard to access your Mac across the room or across the country.

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