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Userful Corporation, the globally renowned provider of the software-defined solution for the enterprise AV-over-IP market, has announced its latest software release, which includes advancements to its IT-based Visual Networking Platform, expanding its support for large-scale corporate digital signage deployments.

Emerald Signage

Early in 2021, with its launch of Emerald Signage, Userful Corporation modernised digital signage for the enterprise, by converging the content creation and delivery functionalities of a fully-featured Content Management System (Emerald Signage), with the robustness, security and manageability of the company’s Enterprise AV-over-IP platform.

Userful Corporation has now extended that leadership with its latest software release that adds key new features, to support large-scale signage deployments, within the enterprise.

The new features include:

  • New remote management tools, including remote reboot capability, power management of screens, managed updates and managed memory.
  • Enhanced connectivity for LTE and 5G cellular networks.
  • New features for hardened security, including remote lock device mode.
  • Kiosk mode, allowing users to switch between touch/interactive and digital signage display.
  • Support for Single Sign-On (SSO) using SAML.

Enterprise AV-over-IP platform

Userful Corporation also offers its own fully-featured Content Management System, Emerald Signage

Userful’s platform enables teams to leverage any source (high-resolution images and videos, live streams, web-browsers, dashboards, CMSs, etc.), to be used as content for digital signage.

Userful Corporation also offers its own fully-featured Content Management System (CMS), Emerald Signage, which gives employees from any functional department, the tools needed to create, curate, and distribute engaging content on any display or video wall, while ensuring IT teams have the tools to manage, monitor and control the AV traffic on their networks.

Secure, scalable and interoperable solution

Businesses deploying large-scale signage networks need a solution that is secure, scalable, interoperable, standards-based and globally manageable," said John Marshall, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) at Userful Corporation.

John Marshall adds, "Userful is leading the way in all of those categories, with its software-defined solution for the enterprise AV-over-IP market.

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