Dialog vs Slack

Dialog vs Slack

Dialog is a on-premise slack alternative for medium and large enterprises which value both security and efficiency. Here is why you should consider switching to dialog in your company:

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Your data, your rules
Dialog is on-premise (self-hosted) solution which keeps personal data inside of your security zone. You define corporate data processing rules.
Vague data privacy
Slack is hosted on Amazon Cloud, collects your users metrics, owns your data and cooperates with law enforcement agencies from several countries at once.
VoIP-integrated
For medium and big enterprises VoIP plays huge role in communication. Dialog empowers your business telephone system with mobile-ready soft-phone which allows you to reduce costs for dial-in conferencing, connect with team and your customers on the phone-line and keeps your text and voice communication in one place.
Limited by app users
Slack provides simple in-app calls with conferences up to 15 users without ability to keep sessions recorded for future use. There are some integrations with more features provided and controlled by 3rd party developers.
Works everywhere
Keeping all your devices in sync, dialog provides access to your conversations, files and documents from any place, even in the airplane without access to internet.
Server-dependent
Being just a thin client, Slack only keeps several recent messages and doesn't allow you to walk through conversations without stable internet connection.
White-label
Dialog allows using branded apps keeping team members inside a boundaries of your corporate culture.
Non-brandable
Slack disrupts your corporate brand esthetics and enlaces the heart of team collaboration – communication – by its own brand.
Customizable
Designed as a platform Dialog provides toolkit for extending dialog server and clients functionality for deep integration with your business processes.
Tied to bots
Slack only allows you to build chatbots with limited access to your own data.
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