Ephemeral messaging platform
for Enterprises
Fredrik Beckman
fredrik@pingpal.se
2014-01-20

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Secure data

The best way to
not leak information
is
to have no information to leak
2014-01-20

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Mobile Security challenges
BYOD – Bring Your Own Device
Employees leaving
External sub-contractors
External messaging serv...
Mobile internal communication
“Off-the-record” discussions
Chats, user 2 user and groups
Positioning
Voice
Voice messaging...
Ephemeral messaging from PingPal
Direct user to user communication
Nothing stored on server
Guaranteed message delivery
Qu...
Ephemeral messaging releases 2014*
V1.1 Encryption w user unique keys
V1.2 Self-deleting messages, corporate policy
V1.3 P...
Ephemeral Positioning
PingPal messaging based
Position dialogs™ - NO TRACKING
Positioning only on approved request
Battery...
Ephemeral Positioning releases 2014*
Offline maps
Custom maps
Points of interest
Positioning on “non-maps”

* Priorities s...
Taxi service

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Dispatch Service

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Dispatch with Customer on WEB

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Pingpal backend in the cloud

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User management

Reliable data syncronization

Social media integration

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Push notificat...
PingPal – for the truly Mobile user case

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Map provisioning

Positioning

Chat

Off-line maps

Voice over IP

Custom maps...
2014-01-20

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The need to be forgotten is strong. People want to share their whims with friends but not with everyone. This has been clearly proven with the emergence of messaging services that forget, a market driven by the intense popularity of Snapchat. It seems like everyone’s making an app or adding self-destructing messages these days, partly driven by the increasing user awareness of privacy in the ongoing NSA snooping affair. The best way to protect your information is to have no stored information to protect.

The PingPal platform is designed for the ephemeral communication paradigm of evaporating data. This goes for any type of data; text messaging, positioning, corporate data synchronization, etc. The communication passes from user to user and is only stored on our servers in a queue when the receiver is off-line. As soon as he is online again the queue is emptied into the receiver app.

With PingPal you can develop ephemeral messaging apps with privacy protected direct user-to-user communication
As a developer you can of course create your own history features by storing the messages in a database, but we strongly recommend to keep that database away from servers to maintain high privacy protection. Usually we believe it would be enough to keep history lists on the sender and receiver devices. The communication history is only their business so it should be kept like that for no-one else to read.

In the ephemeral concept there is usually a disposable messaging feature to self-destruct the messages. This is supported on the PingPal service by having a time stamp on all messages. This can be used to create a time based auto-delete function, similar to Snapchat, or in accordance with corporate policies on data storing. For instance, it is quite easy to implement an auto-delete to clear all local device messages upon closing a project or when an employee leaves the company and brings his device with him.

Interested in creating an ephemeral messaging app that rival Snapchat? Or creating a mobile workforce solution with in-the-field communication? Contact us directly and you will have the opportunity to discuss the technology, possibilities and implementation strategies with one of our gurus. It's just your data traffic that is ephemeral, not your possibilities.

PS. Thank you NSA et al, for creating this market for us!

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PingPal ephemeral messaging for enterprise

  1. 1. Ephemeral messaging platform for Enterprises Fredrik Beckman fredrik@pingpal.se 2014-01-20 1
  2. 2. Secure data The best way to not leak information is to have no information to leak 2014-01-20 2
  3. 3. Mobile Security challenges BYOD – Bring Your Own Device Employees leaving External sub-contractors External messaging services 2014-01-20 The lost laptop Eavesdropping Hacking 3
  4. 4. Mobile internal communication “Off-the-record” discussions Chats, user 2 user and groups Positioning Voice Voice messaging Sharing data and media Media streaming 2014-01-20 4
  5. 5. Ephemeral messaging from PingPal Direct user to user communication Nothing stored on server Guaranteed message delivery Queuing in cloud Cloud based PingPal backend service SSL security Customer apps on 2014-01-20 5
  6. 6. Ephemeral messaging releases 2014* V1.1 Encryption w user unique keys V1.2 Self-deleting messages, corporate policy V1.3 Peer-2-peer Voice over IP V1.4 Peer-2-peer media streaming * Priorities set by customer demand 2014-01-20 6
  7. 7. Ephemeral Positioning PingPal messaging based Position dialogs™ - NO TRACKING Positioning only on approved request Battery and data efficient 2014-01-20 7
  8. 8. Ephemeral Positioning releases 2014* Offline maps Custom maps Points of interest Positioning on “non-maps” * Priorities set by customer demand 2014-01-20 8
  9. 9. Taxi service 2014-01-20 9
  10. 10. Dispatch Service 2014-01-20 10
  11. 11. Dispatch with Customer on WEB 2014-01-20 11
  12. 12. Pingpal backend in the cloud  User management Reliable data syncronization Social media integration  Push notification Messaging Security Data storage App analytics dashboard Scalability Rule of thumb says that a generic BaaS saves 50% of development cost and time for an app project 2014-01-20 12
  13. 13. PingPal – for the truly Mobile user case  Map provisioning Positioning Chat Off-line maps Voice over IP Custom maps Privacy protection HW Positioning tags “Non-maps” Cross platform and app Lean on data and battery Points of Interest mgmt 2014-01-20 Positioning as a dialog Tracking iOS, Android, Web 13
  14. 14. 2014-01-20 14

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