When the coronavirus pandemic transitioned a huge percentage of America’s workforce to a long-term work-from-home schedule, businesses needed to rethink their tools to allow employees to communicate remotely while keeping company information safe.

While Slack and Microsoft Teams have both surged in popularity during the crisis, neither offer end-to-end encryption, the highest standard of data protection. That’s where Workstorm comes in: The 5-year-old workplace collaboration and videoconferencing platform boasts end-to-end encryption products and other additional privacy features to try to appeal to industries like healthcare and financial firms.

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