For hosted services, a third-party can find out who your attendees were, when they joined your sessions, where they came from, and what your upcoming meetings will be. In some cases, the hosted service may be required to release this data (or even record your sessions) for legal reasons or by government agencies. With your own R-HUB server, no third party can access this private data. For internal collaboration, all session traffic and session data are protected by your firewalls, the ultimate security measure you can possibly have in order to protect your private collaboration.
You can integrate the ability to host or join R-HUB sessions into your websites and applications. At the end of a session, you can direct attendees to any web page you like to enhance your branding and message. With hosted services, all your attendees are forced to go to the service provider websites even though you are paying for the service.
The security is hardened not only at the application level but also at the operating system level. In fact, the R-HUB server runs without the need of putting it behind a firewall. It is self-protected.
As an alternative, R-HUB servers are available on Amazon, Google and Microsoft clouds.