By Networks Asia staff, Jul 17, 2016
Three banks in Singapore are deploying
Infinite Convergence Solutions’ NetSfere as their official, secure internal messaging service, according Dimension Data.
NetSfere enables the undisclosed banks’ employees to securely communicate with each other, replicating the consumer messaging experience on an internal, enterprise-grade platform. With NetSfere, the banks’ IT departments control and manage user groups to ensure only relevant employees have access to the internal messaging app, ensuring complete security and confidentiality of sensitive business communication. NetSfere’s technology is backed by a combined 2,000 years of messaging experience delivering trillions of messages globally from the Infinite Convergence team.
Leveraging Dimension Data’s Managed Cloud Platform (MCP) in Singapore and its global geographic presence, NetSfere has been able to reduce latency and ensure data sovereignty requirements for clients in the financial services industry.
“We are delighted that these three leading banks have put their trust in NetSfere and Infinite Convergence. Banks in Singapore are recognising the need for a secure internal messaging service as mobile messaging is gaining popularity in the Asia Pacific region,” said Anurag Lal, CEO of Infinite Convergence, creators of NetSfere. “Secure employee communication is a huge consideration for banks and financial institutions, and NetSfere is the best choice to improve internal communication, while also ensuring that sensitive information is kept secure.”
Dimension Data says that all its MCPs are enterprise-ready, offering multiple layers of security, administrative controls, 99.999% availability SLAs on Public Cloud, 24/7 phone support and integrated management capabilities. They are designed ground up with tiered storage and enterprise grade solutions to meet enterprise needs, providing fully auditable, complete data sovereignty for users. With ISO 27001, ISO 27018 and Cloud Security Alliance “Star Certified” (CSA STAR) in place, users can be assured that compliance issues are accounted for, says the company.