A: They are very similar, only Signal is designed for individual, secure short texting while CrossClave is designed for businesses and groups to securely collaborate and work together.
Signal is a great choice for private one on one communication. It’s a free, open-source product designed for the individual citizen, it uses end to end encryption so individuals can chat and talk with each other knowing their communication is 100% private and protected from compromise.
What Signal Does For Individuals, CrossClave Does For Business
CrossClave is an end to end encrypted zero-trust collaboration solution with the enhanced capabilities necessary for businesses to securely collaborate, such as sharing files, business integration, audit controls and flexibly manage roles and permissions.
Delivering a first-class mobile and desktop experience, CrossClave gives you the tools you need to manage your team and stay mission focused allowing you to avoid the complexities of onboarding, offboarding, and role management encountered when trying to use consumer focused tools for business.
Secure Business Collaboration
Individual, Social, Secure Texting
Easy onboarding and offboarding:
CrossClave offers teams and project focused groups that make it easy to onboard new people and get them up to speed quickly; and when someone leaves you can remove them from all the groups in a team with one action.
More than just chat:
CrossClave offers file management, video calls, and many other great features to keep your team in sync in or out of the office.
Control Who Collaborates:
With CrossClave it is easy to manage identities in your team. You don’t need to trust phone companies, email providers or other third parties. Our simple onboarding process ensures that everyone knows exactly who they are working with.
To learn more how CrossClave can secure your business communication and collaboration schedule your CrossClave demo today.