Reliance Industries’ video conferencing app JioMeet has added additional security features to prevent hacking attacks. The new safety feature will give the conference host to disallow guests from joining a meeting without sign-in and disclosing their identity. The enhanced feature app is available on Google’s Play Store and will be shortly available on iOS.
JioMeet allows up to 24 hours of free video conferencing that are encrypted and password-protected.

JioMeet has so far unveiled six features and enhancements including new functionalities for enterprise customers. The new features include personal meeting rooms with the ability to set one’s own meeting password to facilitate recurring meetings such as school classes and daily meetings.

Also, a JioMeet user can now enlarge and pin a meeting participant by double-clicking the participant video.

JioMeet also unveiled integration with traditional video conferencing solutions used by enterprise customers for collaboration across multiple offices from fixed locations. The use case is to offer flexibility for enterprises by allowing their employees to collaborate from office as well as home simultaneously. The version also has single-use sign-on for enterprise users which allows users to use their existing user-ID and password.

Enterprise users are now able to search and conference with other colleagues without exiting from the main conference.

JioMeet, which was launched on July 2 evening, supports HD audio and video call quality with up to 100 participants and offers features like screen sharing, meeting schedule features, and more. The app allows conferences with participants only from the host’s organisation.