Updated May 16, 2018 13:45:37CAMCAM, the company behind the popular CCAM cloud computing service, has decided to stop selling the product.
The announcement came from CEO Tom St. John in an interview with the UK’s The Independent newspaper.
He said the move was in response to pressure from users who complained about the product’s lack of security and reliability.
The company has announced a new product, which is now in beta testing, called CCCAM Server that offers a “faster and more secure cloud computing experience.”CCCAM, which was founded in 2005, is a cloud computing platform that provides cloud computing services to the BBC, ITV, CNN, the BBC News app, and the BBC World Service.
Users of CCCAMP Server can also access the BBC’s YouTube TV app, the News app and the News Channel app, all from their homes.
Users can connect their home networks and use their home devices as a VPN to access the CCCam service.
The BBC has also updated its website to remove its links to CCCamp, citing concerns that CCCamps services are not secure and could be compromised by hackers.