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IONU Security Delivers Topic-Based MessagingTM and the Industry’s First Personal Device Management Capabilities

Longmont, CO, August 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- IONU Security Inc., the worldwide leader in Transparent Security™, today announced the latest release of its secure messaging solution, InvisiMessageTM. This release of InvisiMessage delivers secure Topic-Based Messaging to IONU users.

Topic-Based Messaging combines the topic (aka: subject) structure that people are accustomed to with email with the convenience of text messaging. Topic-Based Messaging allows people to securely communicate and share attachments in the context of a topic, versus a series of threads assembled the participants. As messaging grows into a common platform for business, it will be essential to provide more of the capabilities that people are used to with email.

IONU InvisiMessage’s multi-platform support allows people to stay active in a topic whether they are using a mobile device or a personal computer, while knowing that their communications and attachments are completely secure. Users have the ability to “hide” messages that they are not currently following or opt of the message completely. Search capabilities allow messages to be found easily within a user’s set of messages.

InvisiMessage allows people to send and receive truly secure, encrypted messages and attachments and synchronized their messages across any number of a user’s secured computers or mobile devices. These devices can be any combination of Android, iOS, Windows or OS X devices. Additionally, users have the ability to control what happens when the recipient receives their message and attachment. Features such as Delivery and Read receipts, Vanish, Timed Vanish, Delete, Recall and Destroy give users insight and control over the lifespan of a message and its content.

In addition, this latest release of InvisiMessage delivers stability and performance enhancements, security advancements, search capabilities, user interface and experience updates and the industry’s first Personal Device Management capabilities.

Personal Device Management

Today, most people use more than one mobile device and several computers to support their daily interactions. Given this, the number of devices and computers that a person needs to manage and synchronize can become daunting. To simplify this, IONU’s User Administration Site provides Personal Device Management capabilities. These capabilities allow people to personally manage their user account and devices from a secure web portal that can be accessed from any web browser.

Unlike Mobile Device Management tools designed for companies to manage people’s mobile devices, IONU’s Personal Device Management capabilities were designed to allow individuals to manage all their IONU protected devices, both desktops and mobile devices.

For example, if a user’s mobile device is lost or stolen, the user can either disable or delete the device their account. All of the IONU protected messages and files on that device are left in a permanently encrypted state - encrypted with keys that are protected and inaccessible from outside the IONU system – and completely secure. This ensures that all of the information on the device is secure. If the device is found, the user can simply re-enable their device, and it will automatically synchronize with their latest messages. Users can also manage their global security and message settings, edit their profile and upgrade their accounts from the User Administration Site.

Contact:

To learn more about IONU and its products, please contact:

Mike Weir, Director of Marketing
[email protected]

For sales inquiries, please contact:

Email: [email protected]
Phone: (855) 613-1010 Ext. 718

For more information visit:

Website: http://www.ionu.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BecomeInvisible
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/ionu-security-inc
Twitter: https://twitter.com/IONUSecurityInc

About IONU Security, Inc.

IONU is the worldwide leader in Transparent Security™. From this position, IONU is delivering an integrated suite of secure mobile applications, desktop security applications, cloud-based file sharing, cloud-based storage and global administration capabilities. IONU’s solutions simultaneously address the security and data management focus of leading IT departments, while also providing the productivity benefits required by the user community.

IONU is allowing individuals, healthcare organizations and corporate enterprises to communicate privately and share and store files completely securely – no matter where that file travels throughout its lifecycle, even when being stored in the cloud with 3rd party providers where security is often of concern.

Contact Information:
IONU Security, Inc.
Michael Allman
330-987-8779
Contact via Email
https://ionu.com/

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