Enterprises using Cisco’s cloud-based Spark Collaboration service can now control its use.

According to report, Cisco claims that Enterprises using Cisco’s cloud-based Spark Collaboration service can now control its use through a centralized management hub. The new Spark Control Hub also adds new “ breakthrough” support for end –to-end message encryption, detailed analytics, mobile security on users’ personal devices, and on premises- like security.


 The new Spark services also comes with a premium option for advanced compliance, data loss prevention and identity management.

Cisco also claims that the new Spark capabilities for encryption, analytics, mobile security, and key server security represent” major breakthroughs” fro enterprise customers.


The company believes that Spark is the first enterprise messaging product that provides end-to-end message encryption along with additional tools fro e-discovery and data loss prevention.   Cisco added,” the new level of protection Spark provides against attacks on its cloud- based services”. 


Jens Meggers senior vice president and general manager for Cisco’s cloud collaboration technology group wore in a blog post earlier saying that “ this

on-prem key server establishes data security equivalent to on-prem data storage.”


Cisco unveiled new updates to Spark Control Hub; it calls “ fluid analytics.”

The new analytics capabilities let users of both Spark and Cisco’s WebEx conferencing service view a wide range of collaboration performance data.


Meggers noted, “with just a few clicks, you can tell who suffered the worst call quality, pinpoint where they are in the world, and see whether the problem is widespread or localized.”


In addition Cisco has also launched a new premium Pro Pack for hub users who want more advanced security, compliance, and analytics capabilities. The pack offers expanded hub support for content searches, downloading and exporting, as well as more detailed reporting on user adoption trends, quality of service, and license usage.  Detailed information is available on Cisco’s Website.

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