New in Viso
With the released Viso 11, we offer you the possibility to use the Viso system as a centralized tool for video recording of multiple groups and departments within the same organization. Meanwhile, the privacy and security of each group and department maintains. How? Read here about the latest features.
What's new in the latest release
Besides using Viso as a centralized tool for multiple departments, improvements are made to make starting and stopping a session more easy and effortless. And to make it easier to comply with HIPAA and GDPR legislation, changes have been made to bring data protection to a higher level.
"Great news: we released a new version of Viso and it has some very interesting new features."
Product Portfolio Manager Niek Wilmink talks in this video about the three main new features of Viso 11:
- Improved user management
- A higher level of data protection
- Starting and stopping of a recording made easier
Extended user management
To offer maximum flexibility, Viso can be setup to be used by different departments and groups within the same company, organization, or institution. For example, at a university of applied sciences both the Nursing and Communication faculty can use the same Viso system, with their own locations without having access to each other's video sessions.
Because two new levels, departments and groups, have been added to the Viso system, the rights per user role have changed slightly.
Using HTTP commands, Viso recording locations can be started and stopped from another source. For example, a physical button placed next to the door of a simulation room or trainings location.
Alternatively, these commands can be used by The Observer XT to start and stop a recording in combination with, for example, an eye tracker and facial expression analysis software to achieve a multimodal measurement.
Data protection lifted to a higher level
By adding the option to set up data retention - the automatic deletion of recorded sessions - requirements stated by HIPAA and GDPR legislation are covered. The retention period must be at least 30 days and can reach a maximum of 9999 days. In the Session overview is shown when sessions are scheduled to be deleted by the Retention mechanism.
Moreover, to keep files safe, enabling the ‘Power save function’ ensures the Viso system to be locked when a user is not using the system for a while.