The EVO (Enabling Virtual Organizations) system provides broad support for video conferencing and related services. In addition to standard video conferencing, EVO supports instant messaging, private or group chats, session recording and playback, shared files, whiteboard functions, and encryption of all media. Users must register to get a login name and password.
EVO is based on Java Webstart, and so needs a Java Runtime Environment (JRE) on the client computer. The first time you run EVO, the JRE can be installed. A client program named Koala then runs on the user's machine and connects to the server. For questions about firewalls, registration, etc. see the FAQ on the EVO site, below.