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Secure, Invitation-Only Meetings

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ReadyTalk secure mode for important meetingsThere are some online meetings and audio conferences that need to be treated more like a black tie, invitation-only event rather than a laidback, holiday, open house.  For those important calls, ReadyTalk can be your security at the door, checking names again your exclusive guest list. 

Here are some of the features built into ReadyTalk to make your next online event more secure:

  • Security passcode:  Set a security passcode that participants will be required to enter before they can join the meeting.  This security code is needed in addition to the the toll-free number and 7 digit access code.
  • Manual confirmation: Require participants to pre-register and manually confirm each participant. 
  • Lock your conference: Locking an audio conference prevents additional participants from entering, which prevents early entrance by non-authorized users. It can also be used when all attendees are present and the chairperson wants to prevent unauthorized entry.  

Have you used the additional security features for a ReadyTalk online meeting? Are there other features you'd like to see? Share below.


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