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Entering the browser test room Device settings Audio and video test The browser test room has been created to allow you to test your audio and video, in preparation for joining a videoconference via your browser.    Entering the browser test room There are several ways that you can enter test room. There is a public virtual room, which is available 24/7.
Click to follow link >> Hints and Tips for Connecting Problematic Devices to eduroam https://community.jisc.ac.uk/library/advisory-services/hints-and-tips-co... Document produced 2013
This document describes the architecture of the eduroam service for federated (wireless) network access in academia.
Security was a major requirement in the design of eduroam, to ensure that organisations that provide visitor facilities, and the guests who make use of them, are not exposed to additional risks outside their control. eduroam should present fewer risks than the existing ad hoc arrangements for guest users. The factsheet below explains the security measures within eduroam and how organisations can use them to protect their own security.
January 2016 - 20/01/2016 This advisory is relevant to all eduroam(UK) Home (IdP) service organisations that are using server certificates supplied through the Jisc Certificate Service (Janet Certificate Service) for RADIUS servers acting as authenticators. It describes the effect of the change to the new certificate authority which occurred in May 2015, together with the measures that need to be planned for and put into effect. Originator: Edward Wincott Background and Scope
As its title suggests, the Commission's public consultation on the regulatory environment for platforms, online intermediaries, data and cloud computing and the collaborative economy covers a lot of different areas. One of these is the rules for on-line intermediaries (at present networks, caches and hosts that carry third party content).
This is a historical list of updates and system revisions Release 23  Planned deployment 6th March 2017 A completely new videoconferencing interface for browsers, usable on Chrome, Firefox, and Opera, and on Linux. Read about the features on the Learn More page.
Jisc evidence to Culture, Media and Sport Committee enquiry into Cyber security: Protection of Personal Data Online
Jisc response to the House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee inquiry into aspects of the draft Investigatory Powers Bill.
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Meetings: this is probably the most popular application. The cost savings can be appreciable especially for international conferences where not only the travel costs are saved but also the significant time spent travelling to destinations. A company with branches in Europe, the United States and the Far East can use videoconferencing to effectively communicate and run its business.