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Miro rolls out Enterprise Guard to solve puzzle of compliant visual collaboration

Digital whiteboard software company Miro has unveiled a security and compliance layer for organisations using its software for teams working collaboratively, especially across distributed locations.

Varun Parmar, chief operating officer at Miro, said that Enterprise Guard was aimed at helping organisations protect sensitive and confidential materials in line with security and compliance requirements.

“As more strategy, planning, and product development happens within Miro, there comes the need to proactively protect intellectual property (IP) and confidential information,” Parmar said in the announcement.

According to Parmar, Enterprise Guard has an ability to detect the information that needs to be protected across all content created in Miro.

“It gives customers, particularly IT admins and security and compliance leaders, the power to comply with their internal policies and external compliance obligations, and the reassurance that their data is well protected,” he said.

According to Miro, Enterprise Guard is the “only solution in the visual collaboration market” that offers an “extra level” of trust, compliance, and governance.

The release comes alongside other February updates from Miro including new brand styling features, consolidated image and icon libraries for preferred formatting, quick restore features, and additional templating capabilities.

According to Miro marketing staffer Stephanie Dilley, all are aimed at accelerating teams’ abilities to work in Miro.

“To complement last month’s Brand Center release, you can apply brand styles to diagramming shapes, too. If you’re a fan of Talktrack, be sure to check out new Talktrack reactions, which let viewers provide instant feedback to a recording with emojis,” Dilley wrote in the monthly product update.

“Plus, we’re thrilled to share a powerful update to Miro Assist, your AI partner for innovation.”

Jeff Chow, chief product and technology officer at Miro, noted via the company website in December that the vendor was “keenly aware” of the opportunities presented by AI – while recognising potential risks.

“Four principles — transparency, trust, human control, and fairness and equity — form the foundation of Miro’s AI development and innovation. We have further refined these principles into specific practices for Miro Assist, our generative AI-powered solution that helps teams supercharge their world,” Chow said.

Miro Assist can help staffers generate images, summarise content, and extract insights, as well as “elevating writing skills” with AI-powered text translation or rewriting for clarity, tone and style, including adjustments to corporate ‘tone of voice’, according to Dilley.

( Image by Alexa from Pixabay )

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