Leading provider of secure communications introduces Vaporstream 4.0, its redesigned application, making it easier to use so organizations can focus on what really mattersHIMSS, ORLANDO, FL (FEBRUARY 12, 2019)Vaporstream, the leading provider of secure communications, today announced the latest release of its award-winning messaging platform, featuring a new look and feel for a more intuitive user experience. With the expert help of global digital UI company Isobar, Vaporstream created a new interface that enables users to capitalize on its value in the workplace more than ever.Today, workloads are increasing atSEE DETAILS
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Secure Messaging

Shortly after Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his wife Mackenzie announced that they were divorcing, the National Enquirer published text messages that Bezos had reportedly sent to Lauren Sanchez, who he is currently in a relationship with. Bezos, like everybody else, is entitled to his privacy. These text messaging leaks, however, remind us that security is a must in order to protect personal information—whether business related, financial or private conversations with friends and family.

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Takeaway: Email and SMS are the most common ways for businesses to communicate. However, they're also the most easily hacked. Organizations need a more secure solution.Digital communications are essential to everyday business operations, but unfortunately, the most commonly used mediums – email and SMS text – are notoriously insecure. Seemingly, every week we read headlines on how these digital correspondence methods are compromised by hackers, nation-states, insider threats and human error.Although awareness of email and SMS vulnerabilities continues to rise, risks remain prevalent among businesses of all sizes. From advancedSEE DETAILS
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Patient engagement is now a critical component of healthcare, as organizations utilize both traditional and modern communications methods to differentiate their businesses, deliver superior patient care and reduce costs.Today, 74 percent of healthcare executives would like to automate patient engagement, according to a recent study by Conversa Health and World Business Research. Unfortunately, many of these same executives don’t know how or where to begin to do so. From automating patient-generated health data (PGHD) to implementing AI tools for electronics records (EHR) processing, there is no shortage of opportunities toSEE DETAILS
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