von Wire Swiss
Wer nutzt diese Software?
Unsere Kunden sind Unternehmen, die bei der internen und externen Kommunikation und Zusammenarbeit höchste Sicherheitsstandards und Benutzerfreundlichkeit brauchen.
Durchschnittliche Bewertung37 Bewertungen
- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.5 / 5
- Kundenservice 5 / 5
- Funktionen 4.5 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.5 / 5
- Kostenlose Version Ja
- Kostenlose Testversion Ja, Kostenlose Testversion
Installiert - Mac
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Installiert - Windows
Mobile - iOS Native
Mobile - Android Native
Support während der Geschäftszeiten
Angaben zum Hersteller
- Wire Swiss
- Gegründet 2014
Wire ist die sicherste Arbeitskollaborations-Plattform mit verschlüsseltem Messaging, Konferenzschaltungen und Dateifreigabe. Es ist einfach zu verwenden, es dauert nur wenige Minuten, das gesamte Team einzurichten und bereitzustellen, und erfordert kein umfangreiches Training. Wire verbindet maximale Sicherheit mit einer Vielzahl von Funktionen und Einfachheit. Es funktioniert auf Desktop, iOS, Android und sogar Linux. Wire ist eine Open-Source-Lösung, die von unabhängigen Sicherheitsexperten mit einem Sicherheits-Whitepaper für dein IT-Team geprüft wird.
- Bearbeiten in Echtzeit
- Teilen in sozialen Medien
- Aktivitäten/News Feed
- Chat / Messaging
- Umfragen & Feedback
- Aufnahme und Wiedergabe-Fähigkeit
- Bildschirm teilen
- Elektronische Abstimmung
- Mobiler Zugriff
- Privater Chat
- Webcasts bei Bedarf
- Wechselseitige Audio & Video
Die hilfreichsten Reviews für Wire
Bewertet am 18.9.2018
Wire - secure messaging platform as well as audio/video comms is finally here!
As an early Wire (personal) adopter and a vocal supporter (I want to say Ambassador), I may be a bit biased. Still, I strongly believe everyone deserves a fully secure communication platform and there must be no compromise on that - Wire proves it's possible.
I have successfully converted more than a couple dozens users to Wire - and we never looked back.
First and most of all, Wire is all about security. Full E2E encryption for all the services it provides - messaging, voice, video. There are no compromises here and if security is a top priority, you don't have to look further.
As far as I know, they are already doing some post-quantum cryptography experimenting, which is really impressive.
Did I mention they are 100% Open Source? Did I say the voice quality is absolutely fantastic?
Not a lot of things I can say I don't like - basically for private usage the only issue is adoption, as the competition is very hard (not that I find any of the competitors good) and most people base the adoption on the number of people already on the platform.
For business usage, I would say that it has everything that most people would want - yeah, including gifs, but it's always hard to adopt a new tool/software for the team, especially a communication platform.
Bewertet am 20.8.2019
The best we've found, but leaves a lot to be desired
Kommentare: Not loving it, sometimes really frustrated by it, but it works just well enough to keep around. I don't know of any secure messaging alternatives that work any better...
Vorteile: Our organization works with vulnerable communities and needs to be able to communicate securely so we've been looking for an encrypted alternative to Slack for some time now. Wire seemed like the closest fit in terms of the features we wanted: custom "channels" the ability to include some people outside of the org, silo'ed information, and secure group calling. It hasn't been spectacular at any of those things, but it hasn't been terrible either.
Nachteile: Wire is a pretty new product and it shows. The calls frequently drop, or some people's audio won't connect, etc. etc. Calls generally have to be limited to just a 3-4 people or the quality degrades even further. Our plan to use it as a communication tool with communities has been shelved indefinitely while we wait for some upgrades. In the meantime, our team mostly uses it text each other, which has been a significant improvement over email, but not quite as functional or intuitive as Slack channels. Nevertheless, it seems to be the best thing we've got so we're sticking with it for the time being.
Bewertet am 20.8.2019
Security and Privacy
Kommentare: For now, it is a great app as it is highly recommended by a not for profit organisation that cares for personal privacy and security.
Vorteile: Security and Privacy and ease of use. Also, the options to sign up either by phone number or an email.
Nachteile: Unsure of making bots to prevent sharing suspicious links or prohibiting calls to unknown users.
Bewertet am 3.5.2019
Easy and secure to use communication solution for our business
Kommentare: We like Wire a lot because of the end-to-end encryption, we as a hotel deal a lot with sensitive data of clients to make them feel comfortable during the stay. In order to do this we use Wire across different platforms like on desktop in the reception and on mobile with all our staff. Wire makes it easy to communicate in a modern way via messenger by not needing to think about if the data is protected well enough.
Vorteile: Our main pros we like about Wire are the end-to-end encryption, the fact Wire offers apps for all platforms and gives us the opportunity to communicate across these. Audio quality is very good compared to other solutions or regular phone calls.
Nachteile: We noticed some bugs during our use but they also got resolved pretty fast by the team.
Bewertet am 21.9.2018
Wire use in clinical research
Vorteile: I'm the Principal Investigator of an NIH funded research study using Wire to deliver group therapy via text and video-calls to people with a serious mental illness. So far, participants and staff have greatly enjoyed the interface, its innovative features, and the user experience in general. In particular, the group video-conferencing feature allows for smooth and high-quality group calls from mobile devices. In summary, the software has exceeded our expectations in terms of reliability and functionality.
Nachteile: If I were to pick one area that could be improved, it would probably be the option to easily download and securely archive existing text-based group conversations, which isn't currently available. However, it is my understanding that Wire has plans to develop this feature moving forward.