July 11, 2012
Skype recently announced that they would be implementing new “Conversation Ads”, which will appear next to a user’s photo during a video chat conversation. Skype claims that these ads will be interesting topics that may naturally be weaved into the current conversation. Skype also claims that these ads will not appear if a user has a subscription or have purchased paid credits.
While Skype is mostly a free service, many users are speaking out against these new advertisements. For Skype users that are looking for a Skype alternative that is ad-free, Brosix Instant Messenger may be the solution. Brosix Instant Messenger offers video chat, text chat, file transfer, sending screenshots, remote control and many other unique features like co-browse and whiteboard that go beyond what Skype offers. Brosix is also hosted on secure, encrypted servers that protect users’ confidential data.
If any Skype users want to experience the enterprise version of Brosix, they can get a free trial when they visit http://www.brosix.com/business/. There is also a totally free version of Brosix Instant Messenger that works much like “traditional” instant messaging programs, such as AOL Instant Messenger.
To learn more about the latest version of Brosix Instant Messenger, go to http://www.brosix.com/2012/06/brosix-releases-version-3-3/ or feel free to contact the Brosix development team.
Brosix is an all-in-one enterprise instant messenger and great Skype alternative for business that allows managers to enhance employee productivity while improving communication. It can be run on Mac, Linux, Windows, Android, iOS and Web and supports English, French, German, Italian and many more languages.
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Brosix Enterprise Instant Messenger – http://www.brosix.com
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