How it all started
- Supported a web interface
- Support remote control. Webmin and Teamviewer.
- Supported standard network shares. Samba
- Users were not required to own a media device.
- It was no cost to use it.
- Just check out a media cart with a TV and media player that would connect to the media server with everything needed for your lesson.
- Have a way to see if the media is on the media server and where is it located from anywhere with Internet connection.
- The Librarians or Technologies Specialists set it up and do not have to maintain it on a regular basis.
- Store your media where you wanted to.
- Keep everything as simple as possible.
- Run on multiple platforms.
- A streamline solution.
- Could use it Church, Home, Work anywhere we can.
- Didn’t cost anything for the user.
- Worked on multiple devices.
- Set it up and forget it. Just run your normal system updates.
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