November 25, 2010 in Networks and FTP (E)
[prMac.com] San Francisco, California - Brosix are elated to announce the release of the Beta version of Brosix 3.1. This new version has many improvements and new features that weren't previously available with older versions of the award-winning enterprise instant messaging program.
Some of the improvements include changes in the user interface to make Brosix easier to use, and new features that make Brosix simply one of the best corporate instant messengers available today.
"Besides the current improvements, we also have a lot of new features," Stefan Chekanov, co-founder of Brosix, states. "Features like auto-reply and an easier group conference set-up make version 3.1 one of the best versions of Brosix yet." Other released features in the new version include quick messages, text chat with integrated previous conversation, screen sharing, and custom online, away, and busy status messages.
The most important new feature is the Screen Sharing (also known as Desktop Sharing). It allows the users to set-up a remote support session with a few clicks. The cases you would need such a tool are numerous. You may ask your IT department to help with your computer. Your IT department personnel could be a thousand miles away and they can assist you immediately. You may want to show your colleague the new software you use, browse sites together etc. All this saves travel and other expenses.
Brosix is great for companies and businesses who want their own private instant messaging and communication network. Each network is hosted on Brosix's encrypted servers, providing peace of mind and an excellent way to communicate with clients, employees, and freelancers.
Brosix Instant Messenger is a division of D-Bross, a software development company based out of Bulgaria. Brosix strives to combine the best customer service and most innovative secure online communication software on the market today. To learn more visit Brosix online. Copyright (C) 2010 D-Bross. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.