October 28, 2011
Dialawg |ˈdīəˌläg; -ˌlôg}| noun: A secure conversation, accessible from anywhere, where parties may exchange messages, share files, and collaborate on documents.
Bloomington-based startup Dialawg is changing the way we collaborate on the cloud. Founded by Jeff Goens and Colin Mathews, the secure conversation platform aimed at professionals offers an extremely simple way to share, track, protect and control all your files and messages.
Just like a lot of other “cloud” services, Dialawg is accessible from just about anywhere. What sets the platform apart is its ease of use. Each Dialawg is an interactive conversation capable of sharing files, messages, real-time chats, and more – simply drag files from your desktop and drop them into the “cloud” through your browser.
Dialawg offers an encrypted email solution without a digital key exchange – which means no hardware or software to install. The platform lets you track your conversations minute-by-minute with a comprehensive PDF audit report, allows you to work with Word docs within the browser, and lets you take control of your conversations with participant settings and self-destruct timers. You can even compare up to 6 document revisions at once.
If all of that didn’t win you over yet, maybe this will: every Dialawg starts as a private conversation between participants, but you can instantly publish the Dialawg to the Web with a unique URL if you want to share it more broadly. All of your Dialawgs are accessible from an iPhone, Blackberry, or iPad, too. Setup takes just a few minutes and updates in real-time.
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