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Wolfvision Adds Chromecast Mirroring to Cynap Collaboration Solutions

Update includes several new features while encapsulating all available screen mirroring methods, according to Wolfvision.

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In an update to its Cynap BYOD collaboration system, Wolfvision added several features including support for mirroring from Chromecast-capable devices.

Cynap, which already supports Airplay and Miracast functions, as well as open wireless mirroring through its own vSolution Cast app , now allows users to share any and all content from their personal device regardless of the model or manufacturer, according to Wolfvision.

The company claims Cynap is currently the only product on the market in which a single device is capable of all available screen mirroring methods as well as be able circumvent network discovery requirements (such as Bonjour) via a free-to-download app.

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With such flexible options, Cynap allows organizations to customize their IT infrastructure with a variety of integration options to better suit their unique environments. The big advantage to Cynap’s robust BYOD capabilities is that there is no limit to what users can share and display as it mirrors the entire device screen; not just certain file types, or having to go through a third party app. Moreover, Cynap solves the 1-to-1 limitation of Miracast by allowing multiple devices to be shared simultaneously and even allows Windows devices without screen-sharing features to be mirrored as well. These enhanced BYOD options make Cynap a strong choice for schools and organizations that value quick and easy collaboration from personal devices. This, along with Cynap’s already long list of features, including a powerful media player, integrated web browser, could services, recording, streaming, whiteboarding, WebRTC, and a personal lecture capture app for audience members, provides an all-in-one device that allows virtually unlimited options in utilizing and handling both live and prepared multimedia content.

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