Veodia Acquires ScreenToaster. ScreenJelly coming soon?

acquiredVeodia, a San Mateo, CA-based enterprise video platform, has announced its acquisition of screencasting company ScreenToaster. The acquisition will add screen capturing capabilities to Veodia’s high-quality, secure video technology.

ScreenToaster offers a free, browser-based screen capture service that allows users to record screen activity and audio without additional software or plug-in installation. According to Veodia CEO Guillaume Cohen, screen capture capabilities like those of web-based ScreenToaster are in high demand among Veodia customers who seek to share their screen activity with other computer users.

This is Veodia’s first acquisition and will not only provide a service customers are asking for, said Cohen, but also push the company more into the consumer space. Cohen said there are new consumer services on the way later in the year that will be based on the ScreenToaster technology, but did not elaborate on what those plans were. Those wishing to stay on top of the developments at Veodia have been told to follow @screenjelly on Twitter. ScreenJelly, huh? Sounds like this one’s to be continued…

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