Jio Platforms, the holding platform for Reliance Jio, India’s largest mobile telecom operator, has introduced a pioneering video conferencing service earlier this month with JioMeet.
The video conferencing service instantly made headlines for its offering, matching what global players in the video conferencing space are offering, and then offering some more. However, more than JioMeet’s competition with global players, the service has more importantly highlighted India’s proficiency in building a homegrown video conferencing platform – something that the government of India called for in light of privacy concerns.
Paying heed to this call, JioMeet has arrived to meet all the guidelines and build a video conferencing platform that is truly Indian.
The JioMeet video calling service has an easy, intuitive interface that has been designed keeping ergonomics in mind, which would help users access the most important features in just a few clicks. JioMeet also allows users to schedule meetings, and also runs as a web application on browsers – something that can be very important if participants wish to join a meeting instantly without downloading the app first. The versatility of the service lies in offering an interface that can be accessed any time, anywhere, and from any device. […]