News / Infinite launches cloud-based internal enterprise messaging service ‘NetSfere’
By firstbiz, Sep 09, 2014

Infinite, a wireless messaging and mobility solutions provider, has launched NetSfere -- a new cloud-based internal enterprise messaging service -- to provide businesses with a secure platform for internal communication and give IT departments complete control over how employees send and access information across multiple devices. The next-generation enterprise messaging service enables employees to securely communicate business information in real time over a web interface or mobile messaging app.

NetSfere includes message encryption, device-to-device encryption and full administrative control of all accounts and devices, enabling businesses to manage internal enterprise communication in today's increasingly Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) enterprise landscape.

"Many enterprises IT teams are struggling to control what information is sent and keeping that information secure on the many platforms employees communicate on. Although there are a number of other internal enterprise messaging services on the market today, none are as simple, intuitive, secure and controllable as NetSfere, which is deployed entirely as a cloud-based service and includes device-to-device message encryption,” said Anurag Lal, president and CEO of Infinite Convergence, a fully owned subsidiary of Infinite Computer Solutions in the US and the mobility solutions provider that developed NetSfere.

As a cloud-based service, NetSfere boasts robust message delivery, ensuring message delivery via IP Push, MMS and SMS under all circumstances, including instances of poor coverage.

NetSfere is available as a native app on iOS and Android, as well as via desktop and mobile web browsers. The transfer of messages and associated content (such as attached pictures, videos and documents) through NetSfere is fully encrypted with industry-hardened security algorithms, meaning the message can only be opened on the receiving device.

When consumers upgrade to the new iPhone 6, slated to be announced Sept. 9, enterprises will need a way to ensure sensitive information on employees' old devices cannot be accessed by anyone outside of the business. NetSfere allows IT departments to remotely wipe all data from the application on employees' old devices and on past employees' devices, and instantly update new devices with historical data giving enterprises much more control over the mass transition to the new iPhone.

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