QUICKOM by Beowulf, a leader for decentralized cloud communications, announced the release of the end-to-end encryption offering in addition to its comprehensive technology stack.
The new release will protect confidential communications with end-to-end encryption by allowing users to host conference meetings on their own computers at home or at work.
As more people are resorting to video conferencing to communicate and collaborate as they work remotely, safeguarding private information has become challenging. Buoyed by its mission to “Connect people by the people,” Beowulf is providing an end-to-end encryption platform to protect confidential communications at a time when other video conferencing solutions are facing security and privacy concerns.
Promising 100 percent security and ease of connectivity, every call on QUICKOM using the end-to-end encryption mode will be hosted on the users’ own computers – without the need for handling or storing private communications on any intermediary server.
By ensuring all video and audio calls are encrypted and decrypted on the participants’ devices with the encryption keys residing on the host’s computer, the platform protects users’ confidential communication data from eavesdropping.
Users also enjoy the capability to communicate and collaborate with up to six participants on a single video meeting, a useful set of tools and features for secure collaboration such as messaging, AI-based virtual exhibition, two-way interactive screen, file sharing and more – all fully encrypted.
QUICKOM is available for download on MacOS, Windows, iOS and Android devices.