Symphony Offers Deepest Team Collaboration Security to Combat Data Leakage and Fraud
The More Secure Alternative to Slack and Microsoft Teams Is Trusted by 350 Companies
NEW YORK, 3 Oct, 2018 – Symphony Communication Services, LLC, the leading secure team collaboration platform for critical business operations, combats data leakage and fraud with the addition of native Data Loss Prevention (DLP). Over 350 firms use Symphony for internal and external business transactions as a result of its unique security architecture.
Symphony’s secure, end-to-end encrypted platform now includes native integrated DLP, providing real-time scanning of file attachments and metadata. Customers define and manage policies with powerful administration tools and APIs. This augments the already rich administrative, security and compliance capabilities for enterprises using Symphony, and allows entire organizations to collaborate with confidence and trust their counter parties as they communicate. Symphony’s architecture also secures robust workflows, bots and automations and enables secure team collaboration both internally and externally.
“The push for digital innovation is shifting infrastructure to the cloud…but this introduces stress and risk,” says David Gurle, founder and CEO of Symphony. “In the rush to adapt to new technology, needless security compromises are being made. With over a billion records hacked in the past 12 months alone, most companies underestimate how vulnerable their data in the cloud truly is. Popular cloud-based collaboration solutions – which tout their end-to-end encryption – actually decrypt data in the cloud. Symphony’s unique security architecture, which makes it impossible for customer data to be decrypted by Symphony, ensures vital data is kept safe at all times.”
“With ever-increasing cyber threats, enterprises can’t afford collaboration platforms that bolt-on security as an afterthought. Symphony’s end-to-end encryption model, now combined with native DLP for messages, metadata, and files, offers a compelling alternative to Slack and other team collaboration platforms,” says Zeus Kerravala, founder and principal analyst with ZK Research.
Securing Collaboration & Workflow In The New Digital Workplace
Symphony continues to strengthen its secure team collaboration platform, introducing Symphony for Microsoft Office and new productivity-focused features. These enhancements will be demonstrated live at Symphony’s annual conference, Symphony Innovate 2018, held in New York on October 3, 2018.
Improving User Productivity
Symphony also introduces a range of features which aid user productivity, including:
- Auto clear: automatically hides dormant conversations from the navigation pane
- Bookmarks: flags messages for follow-up and allows a user to add notes and manage flagged lists
- Lite Mode: simplifies the user interface for those who desire focused access to common chat features
Adding Symphony for Microsoft® Office
Symphony chat, audio and screen sharing are now accessible from within all Microsoft® Office applications and Symphony’s online presence information is now synchronized with Outlook. The integration also allows users to move an email thread directly from Outlook to a new chat room or online meeting in Symphony with one click.
Symphony offers a secure team collaboration platform that transforms the way users communicate effectively and securely with a single workflow application. Forging a new path in the industry, Symphony is designed to help individuals, teams and organizations of all sizes improve productivity, while meeting complex data security and regulatory compliance needs. Symphony was founded in October 2014 and is headquartered in Palo Alto, CA, with offices in Hong Kong, London, New York, Paris, Singapore, Sophia-Antipolis, Stockholm and Tokyo.
Katherine Kilpatrick, Director of Corporate Communications [email protected], 650.262.1563