For enterprises using cloud services, one of the key benefits is undoubtedly the ability to leverage value-added features. However, this can lead to concerns surrounding security as ‘adding value’ can often mean handing over access to user data and message, call and meeting content; whilst vendors that protect consumer privacy offer it at the expense of value-added features. This white paper outlines both the security and privacy capabilities of the Cisco Spark Cloud and the Cisco Spark Messaging, providing an in depth look at how their end-to-end content encryption works.
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