Apping without data leaks with Galaxy Private Messaging

Alkmaar & Lelystad, 1 March 2016: Galaxy is a business IT and telecom provider, focusing on the digital security of people and data. Together with messaging specialist Alterdesk, Galaxy will launch Galaxy Private Messaging on the 1st of March 2016.

Business messaging, via WhatsApp for instance, is up and coming. This also means a higher risk of data leaks, because cyber criminals are lurking everywhere. IT and telecom provider Galaxy from Lelystad has developed a unique, securely connected solution together with messaging specialist Alterdesk from Alkmaar: the Galaxy Private Messaging platform. The platform enables messaging traffic to circumvent the public infrastructure of the internet. Integrations with, for example, CRM systems and Outlook are easily created.

Galaxy CEO Job Kunst is enthusiastic about the collaboration with Alterdesk and sees great opportunities for Galaxy Private Messaging. “Many organizations secure their connections but do not think twice about sending confidential information via email or other messaging services, using an internet connection without any form of encryption. This private cloud solution guarantees maximum end-to-end security.”

Galaxy Private Messaging has been developed based on the infrastructure of the Alterdesk messenger. For both Alterdesk and Galaxy data security is a central issue, which means that this messenger fits in seamlessly with Galaxy’s over-all proposition.

Starting the 1st of March 2016, Galaxy Private Messaging will be available to all of Galaxy’s customers. More information about Galaxy and Galaxy Private Messaging can be found on the Galaxy website.

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