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Sameroom Enterprise

Today we're announcing Sameroom Enterprise—a set of features designed for managing Sameroom at larger companies.

These features include an [almost] unlimited Tube budget, access control policy, custom branding, team admin access, aggregate views of all accounts, Tubes, and Portals, and a searchable event log.

Each enterprise account gets a custom domain, like Custom branding can be applied to the header and footer.


Reserved Domains

One of the main features of the enterprise version is the concept of reserved domains: whenever a user signs up for Sameroom with a chat service associated with any of your corporate domains, the user is redirected to your corporate Sameroom page.

By signing into the corporate Sameroom account, a user doesn't have to worry about purchasing a subscription—they get access to the near-unlimited Tube budget (100K Tubes).

In return, IT admins gain visibility into high-level user actions—adding and removing accounts, or creating and deleting Portals and Tubes. (Not the content, however—just fact of existence.)

Admin Accounts

IT admins get special Sameroom accounts, with four additional features:


The Admins view is list of privileged users:


All Accounts View

Whenever someone adds their chat service account to your corporate Sameroom, the details of their account will appear in this administrative view.


All Tubes and Portals View

Similarly, all Tubes or Portals created by anyone within your corporate Sameroom appear in the All Tubes and Portals view. List items are greyed out because they belong to users other than the logged-in admin.


Security log

The Security Log is a searchable list of events related to Sameroom accounts, Tubes, and Portals within your corporate Sameroom environment. Events have permanent URLs and are searchable by type and a variety of time ranges.

For example, the query type:portal date:2016-05 returns all Portal-related events from May, 2016.