Here's a requirement from user experience the management concerns within my company to Hipchat. They'd like employees to keep online with mobile devices, so that people could still send/receive short messages any time.
I'm wondering if we could handle out of office access to Hipchat cloud, and setup some sort of message trunking between inhouse Hipchat Enterprise and the cloud?
There're other "traditional" approaches, ie VPN in before login, or DMZ and expose on corporate firewall. But they don't seem to be the best fit.
Thanks and have a nice day!
It should be possible to ship all messages in a room in HipChat Server to a room in HipChat Cloud. This involves development work as follows:
This method has a few drawbacks though:
Another option would be to consider using a third-party app like Sameroom. Here's how they bridge chat rooms between HipChat and Slack: Connect a Channel in Slack to a Room in HipChat.
Connecting HipChat to HipChat Server should also be possible.
In your case, the message will go in one way from Server to Cloud since your Server instance is locked down.
I hope this helps.
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