By enabling companies and individuals to create and control independent communication networks, Brosix’s IM solution avoids security issues for sensitive communication transactions that plague other popular cloud-based chat tools.
Brosix gives enterprises a truly cross-platform IM solution that ensures security and easy control over every part of their business’ communications. Already available on Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and Linux software, Brosix IM is now also available via its Google Chrome app.
The app allows individual users to create and join secure communication channels straight from their browser. Capabilities include one-to-one and group text chats, video and audio calls, file and screen sharing between users, and securely archived, searchable chat history. Companies can also create persistent or temporary chat rooms for external client and staff communication. To make it easy for organizations to keep an accurate history of all employee communications, administrators are given full control over all user accounts and offers accessible communication logs.
By enabling companies and individuals to create and control independent communication networks, Brosix’s IM solution avoids security issues for sensitive communication transactions that plague other popular cloud-based chat tools. According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Secure Messaging Scorecard study, popular applications like Facebook Chat, Skype, and WhatsApp all still have a number of concerning security and privacy issues that many users may not be aware of. Brosix is a better, safer, business-driven, and accessible solution.
“The release of this new Chrome application means that any individual or company now has access to the highest level of security in their personal and business communications, regardless of the platform or system they use,” said Brosix CEO and Co-founder, Stefan Chekanov.
Leading international companies, such as IBM, Xerox, Toyota, and Amazon’s Audible already use the Brosix messaging system. US government bodies like Georgia Department of Community Health, and top educational institutions, including University of Arizona, Harvard, and the University of Southern California, have also applied the solution.
“The versatility of the solution that allows people to share any file, make calls, and even share screens for the best collaborative experience gives Brosix an edge over every other IM software on the market, and the level of companies around the world applying it proves that,” added Chekanov.