We’ve just released VQ Conference Manager 3.10 which contains the first version of DMA or Device Management and Automation. This first release of DMA delivers TMS style hierarchical address books and Directory Services for Cisco RoomOS and CE devices. The next version of DMA will add device configuration and templates which, in turn, will be […]
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When we started out on the VQ journey, we had some ideas on what we’d do, why it would be useful and from that, why it’d be a good thing to do. We never imagined we’d have some of the customers we have today. It’s truly remarkable who uses our software. So, in a journey […]
DMA or, giving it its full name, VQ Conference Manager DMA will be introduced in VQ Conference Manager 3.10. The great news is that 3.10 is heading towards completion with a release date of late July. In case you are wondering, DMA is an abbreviation for Device Management and Automation. Device Management and Automation (DMA) […]
Welcome to another VQ Communications newsletter. This time we have an overview of VQ Conference Manager’s TMS replacement, share details on our next webinar and highlight the VQ team’s upcoming trips to the US. Read on for: VQ’s TMS replacement – VQ Device Management and Automation (DMA) Our upcoming webinar on how you can introduce […]
Welcome to the VQ Communications newsletter. In this edition, we cover VQ Conference Manager’s 3.9 release, share some recent webinars and highlight the key features for our TMS replacement in partnership with Cisco. Read on for: VQ Conference Manager 3.9 launch, packed full of improvements and new features We held webinars on our new revamped […]
Sometimes it feels like VQ is bit like a Swan swimming through water; above the water, a somebody looking on sees a serene bird effortlessly gliding across the water. Under the surface, the Swan’s legs are going gang-busters. Yep, 2021 was a bit like that in the legs department. We managed to release 3.7 and […]
VQ Conference Manager 3.9 released mid-January and takes us forward in a number of key areas: One-Button-To-Push (“OBTP”). OBTP is something customers love and it’s been on our “to-do” list for a long time. OBTP follows on from Recurring Meetings and the public API; we now offer 3 of the key TMS features that will […]
Following the recent critical CVE issue with Log4j (https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2021-44228) a second, lower severity CVE was made public December 14, 2021 (https://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2021-45046). This second CVE is not mitigated by the previously provided mitigation script, however it is important to note that this is a separate issue to the one initially disclosed and has a much lower severity […]
Yesterday morning, December 13, 2021, we issued a security advisory regarding a critical severity CVE that impacted an Apache library (Log4j 2) and anything which used this. This includes Elasticsearch (ES). Elasticsearch is a component within VQ Conference Manager. We got to work in-house testing to better understand the issue, its implications and the impact it […]
Over the weekend a critical security issue which impacts Log4j2 (CVE-2021-44228) and all products which use it as a dependency became public. This is a significant and critical level CVE and needs to be treated as such by any company which is even potentially impacted. As the VQCM virtual machine uses Elasticsearch (ES) for logging […]