IMAJION provides one of the most secure conferencing platforms on the market with direct calls being fully end to end encrypted on IMAJION’s software and group calls being client to server and server to client encrypted.
The system is accessible through a browser which means no installation and no footprint on any devices used to make IMAJION calls. More than secure, our conferencing system is easy to use. Join calls with a single tap on your mobile device or computer – from your inbox to your browser.
- Automatically end-to-end encrypts all direct calls between two users.
- Group conference calls are fully encrypted between the secure server and each endpoint.
- Conference links are randomly generated and cannot be predicted, preventing uninvited guests.
- Control your view of all videos and files shared in the conference, see everyone simultaneously or focus on a single file.
- Multiple simultaneous screen sharing for side by side discussion.
- Meetings can be recorded and automatically saved to your project management system.
- Audio and visual content can be recorded to document work progress, optimize accountability, and prevent future legal issues and disputes.
- All participants must click a consent button before the conversation can be recorded.
- Users can search, browse, and review past meetings, shared files, and messages.
- Create one time or recurring conferences with actionable agenda items.
- Impromptu meetings can be held on private team channels.
- Users can direct call team members.
- Share calendar invitations on email or third party applications.
CASE STUDY ONE
A software engineering shop is distributed around the world. A product manager is able to hold a call with a designer and an engineer to review feedback from a development client, shared in a video in the conference. The designer shares their screen while iterating concepts for a new feature. The engineer shares their screen at the same time while they build a working prototype with the designer providing real-time feedback. At the end of the call the project manager records a short demo of the proposed feature to send back to the client.
CASE STUDY TWO
An attorney needs to review sensitive documentation with an outside party to hear their expert insight. The expert joins a conference from a link, and the attorney drags and drops the relevant documentation right into the conference. The outside party can view the documents without actually receiving a copy, and after the conversation is over the attorney can review their feedback in the recording.