Peer-to-Peer Collaboration Solution

EasyShare, GlobalMed’s video conferencing and collaboration solution, saves easily on quantifiable travel costs while reducing stress and boosting personal productivity. EasyShare features highly encrypted software, is enterprise friendly, and uses managed peer-to-peer architecture and low bandwidth. The software allows for one-click web calling between one or more parties and instant application-sharing through drag-and-drop file transfer, which is important in ensuring that critical documents are viewed in a timely manner.

Through EasyShare technology, visual collaboration is more successful and effective than ever before, achieving a new level of connectedness between remotely located participants.

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  • EasyShare uses highly encrypted software that allows enterprises to enforce security policies, while still allowing for mass deployment in a cost-effective manner.
  • Parties who need to share documents, programs or other applications can simply click on the “Share” button on the application and it will be delivered to the other party, while still enabling full video capability.
  • With EasyShare, you can easily share files by simply dragging them to the other person’s video window.
  • EasyShare uses low bandwidth, which allows callers to connect using a laptop or even 3G or 4G cellular networks.
  • There is no need for infrastructure upgrades as the software uses a network-sensing algorithm to adapt to various network conditions. EasyShare is enterprise friendly with FIPS 140-2 certified 256 bit AES encryption and a full suite of administrator management and control capabilities.
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GlobalMed is about as customized and individual as you can be. They go in and literally assess the need. What specialties do you need this technology for, whether it be a stroke or pediatrics or tele-dermatology, and then they customize the product to those needs.

Garfield JonesVice President of Sales, REACH Call

I can do everything but touch the patientI see a lot of the studies that say telemedicine is equivalent to being there. But, I actually think there is a case for saying at times telemedicine is better than being there.

Kathleen WebsterMD, Loyola University Health System