You can think of a Virtual Meeting Room (VMR) as you would think of a physical one: Everyone knows where it is, it has a name, and perhaps even some collaboration tools in it – a few chairs and a table you can sit around and discuss. And of course, it has a screen where you can share information, documents, presentations, and much more.
A Virtual Meeting Room is much the same. But instead of having a physical location, it has a virtual address in the form of a URI (Uniform Resource Identifier), formatted just like an email address. This address is unique. A VMR is a personal static resource, just like your email address. So perhaps, if your email address is email@example.com, your personal VMR would be firstname.lastname@example.org.
But how do you use it and how can you benefit from having one?
How do I use a VMR?
A Pexip VMR is a simple and easy way to meet on video or audio, and in which you can share presentations and collaborate. It is always available and always accessible for ad-hoc or scheduled meetings. And, because it is a static resource with a unique name and address, it is easy to invite people to it.