November 4, 2016
It is becoming clear that businesses are looking at cloud computing as a trustworthy medium to operate in and store their information. However, security is still a major concern, and one of the main reasons why companies will still avoid moving to the cloud.
In fact, a poll of the 250,000 members of the Information Security Community on LinkedIn showed that over 90% of respondents are “very” or “moderately” concerned about public cloud security, which is a significant and troublesome number. The same poll shows that respondents see data encryption, both in rest and in transit, as an essential security feature for clouds to have.
In order to change the way cloud services are seen by companies, VIPOLE, a company known for its encrypted solutions for individuals, teams and enterprises, is further developing its products, so that its users can stay in control of encryption and communication settings.
During this year's IP Expo, held in London at the beginning of October, VIPOLE was under the spotlight and demonstrated how easily users can share, store, access and process sensitive data, and also how effectively encryption is adopted throughout an entire organization.
VIPOLE for business was designed to be very easy to use. While its simple and intuitive instant messaging system allows real time communications between employees, including voice and multi user video chats and sharing, all data in transit and at rest is fully and strongly encrypted end-to-end.
With VIPOLE, administrators have a complete array of powerful tools to control and take actions inside the system, such access management, both for users and devices, making it a proper solution for mobile workforce, as well.
Also unique among cloud-based messaging, video chat, file sharing and collaboration tools, VIPOLE is available as both a SaaS and on-premise solution, allowing scalability and complete versatility in how the solution is employed.
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