What is Xndu co-computing?
Xndu co-computing is a multi-user, real-time, interactive co-computing tool.
It allows any user or groups of users, anywhere in the world, to do things like:
Create or join a custom session
Invite any number of people to any session
See everyone's color-coded cursors and gestures at once
Simultaneously co-browse everyone in the session to any web page
Interactively share and markup documents in real-time, and then save and share the work product in a private cloud
Simultaneously co-chat with everyone on a session, each with their own chat box
Remote-control an application or desktop, while providing full access and functionality to the group
Plus much more
Who can use Xndu co-computing?
Anyone! Xndu co-computing is free to use and its full feature set is available to new users for 30 days.
To continue using all of Xndu co-computing's features after 30 days, a monthly subscription is required.
What happens after 30 days?
For non-subscribers, Xndu co-computing will still allow you to use the basic feature set of multiple mouse cursors, co-browsing, co-drawing, and co-chat.
For subscribers, Xndu co-computing will continue to enable all features, including application and desktop sharing.
Can anyone see my computer screen?
You control who gets access to your sessions, your files, and your remote-controlled applications or desktop.
You can invite anyone or no one.
You can allow others to invite people to your session, or make yourself the sole inviter.
You can allow others to display their cursors, or you can be the only one with a cursor.
You can let other people upload and download files or restrict access to selected users.
Xndu co-computing lets you allocate as much or as little control to others as you want.
How secure is my data?
Our website is secured through the HTTPS protocol using 256-bit encryption.
All communication between the website and the Xndu co-computing application also goes through the HTTPS protocol, keeping your data secure.
The webserver itself is in a secured facility with limited and carefully regulated outside access.
How private is my data?
We take our user's privacy seriously.
We don't sell private user data to third parties.
In order to build a better computing future, we do make available to carefully regulated third parties aggregated and anonymized data that includes overall statistics about user behavior.
What is Xndu co-computing built on?
The client application is based on the commercial version of the JUCE library
This allows us to easily port Xndu co-computing to multiple platforms (Windows, OS X, Android, and iOS) with a single codebase.