KUDO ups security and integrates with hardware for multilingual meetings

KUDO has ramped up security with dedicated cloud infrastructure, as well as integrating its cloud technology with interpretation hardware, using a Dante multichannel audio interface.

The company’s Managed Private Cloud (KMPC) is designed to meet the most stringent requirements for enterprises, organisations, and government agencies.  KMPC infrastructure is monitored 24/7 to guarantee the confidentiality, integrity, and availability. All data in the platform – in transit or at rest - is encrypted with AES-128 and AES-256, using a client's own encryption key. This ensures end-to-end encryption (E2EE), dedicated SSL, IP whitelisting, and regional cloud infrastructure based on client's compliance needs. KUDO currently supports USA, Canada, Europe, and Asia as optimised regions for servers, media, and storage and the KUDO platform is compliant with GDPR.

KUDO says deployment of the new infrastructure will be in full compliance with relevant internal policies and a variety of services including DNS coordination, configuration, subdomain or domain alias, and SSL import.

KUDO cloud technology integrates with interpretation hardware

KUDO has added a solution for hybrid meetings, integrating its cloud-based technologyKUDO develops new solution for hybrid meetings diagram to existing interpretation hardware through a Dante multichannel audio interface.

The new development allows KUDO to identify and assign multiple languages from the Dante interface and provide access to participants in an online meeting.  Attendees and speakers can join a session and access presentations through KUDO’s web and mobile apps. 

Each participant can request to speak, vote, share their screens and distribute documents while following the session in their own language with the help of trained conference interpreters working in traditional booths at the conference hall. The new hybrid solution also enables KUDO to integrate with existing Media Asset Management Systems (MAMS) and centralised recording system available at the venue.

The hybrid approach is suited to large enterprises and international organisations already equipped with conferencing and language interpretation infrastructure that now need to provide members with remote access to multilingual meeting access. KUDO provides integration for up to 16 assignable languages, set to be expanded to 32 in a few weeks.

KUDO is now investing on expanding its servers, infrastructure and cloud services to meet a 60-fold increase in demand and usage it has seen in the last eight weeks.

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