With support for Single Sign-On, antivirus, and auditing for compliance.
Enterprises own and control their data, whether Element is deployed on-premise or in the cloud.
Element's end-to-end encryption is based on Olm, an implementation of the Double Ratchet protocol popularised by Signal, and extended by Megolm to support millions of users.
Crossed-signed device verification protects against eavesdroppers and attackers.
Enterprises can deploy Element to support Single-Sign-On, data retention and compliance, antivirus, and enterprise mobility management (EMM).
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Element is an incredibly secure collaboration platform, and based on an open standard for easy connectivity between people and organisations.
Independent cloud provisioning
Cross-signed device verification
On-premise or cloud
Open standard for easy private and open federation
Decentralised network resilience
Interoperates with other collaboration platforms
Element is used for the world’s largest secure collaboration initiatives, supporting millions of users in cross-government and nationwide deployments.
Private federation connects entire ecosystems across a closed, invite-only, network. Open federation supports huge communities, and massive business-to-consumer communication platforms.
Built on zero-trust principles, Element is decentralised, open standard and end-to-end encrypted.
Cybersecurity teams need end-to-end encryption with enterprise-grade functionality.
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