Quickchannel, a provider of high-performance online streaming and recording services, has announced that it has been selected as the preferred choice for live streaming within public sector organisations due to meeting GDPR and Schrems II compliance requirements.
The latest report from eSam, the Government Administration in Sweden, showcases the top digital collaboration platforms for the public sector, as well as outlining and identifying the most secure solutions that provide a suitable digital collaboration platform for public sector organisations. The report also acknowledges the applications and obstacles between the needs of the public sector and non-Swedish and non-European service providers.
Quickchannel has been listed due to its compliant data processing with secure server infrastructure as well as the effective use of administrative features for moderators, video and audio capabilities, as well as its proficiency to broadcast live and manage video recordings.
Viktor Underwood, CEO of Quickchannel commented: “Having a streaming solution in the public sector is essential, especially after the pandemic. We are a company that prides itself in providing safe and secure streaming services and to be recognised as one of the go-to businesses in this sector is a credit to everyone at Quickchannel. As we are working with clients on an international scale, meeting GDPR regulations has never been more important and we will continue to meet the requirements of our customers.”