Squirrels introduced technology Tuesday, Nov. 12, that claims remote, zero-touch deployment of its enterprise-class screen mirroring service. Part of its Ditto wireless presentation ecosystem, it allows for “receivers” in wireless presentation, but the Ditto software deployment and management can be done entirely remotely, via the network. Ditto can be pushed out to thousands of receivers and set up in an organization’s Ditto Account Portal.
Also, the company has added new reporting metrics:
- How many screen mirroring sessions occurred
- The average amount of time of each screen mirroring session
- The total amount of time all users spent screen mirroring
- How users connect to Ditto Receivers
Finally, Squirrels has improved Ditto Connect: the app used to wirelessly connect user devices to receivers, with less latency and better frame rates on Mac and Windows. It still only has 15 fps for video, however.
See a video we shot about Squirrels Ditto Connect at UB Tech 2019 here: