A JumpBox is a self-contained, virtualized instance of an application that will run on any operating system or computing environment. The primary benefits afforded by running an application in this fashion are: Expedited deployment - sets up in minutes instead of days Reduced maintenance - new versions carry updates to each component in the software stack Simplified management - web-based admin tools obviate the need to know the underlying technologies Portability - the instance can be launched on a desktop, moved to a server and then to the cloud The JumpBox for Dimdim lets you host online meetings complete with video conferencing, digital whiteboard collaboration, screen sharing and "co-browsing" to navigate the web with others in real-time. Dimdim is an open source, multi-platform, videoconferencing and screen sharing solution. Hold online meetings, solve tech-support issues, co-edit documents and give presentations remotely. Dimdim offers an open API and integrates with other JumpBox applications like SugarCRM and Moodle providing instant web conferencing for those applications.
What's new in this version:
This is a maintenance release. The included version of the application has not changed.