The Secure Enterprise Messaging Center aims to help organizations comply with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority requirements, TCS said Tuesday.
TCS designed the service to integrate multiple protocols and contain a messaging web portal for customers to manage contacts and send unlimited group messages.
Keith Bhatia, vice president of business development for TCS’ commercial software group, said the offering also intends to help enterprises control data across mobile networks.
The company also included its secure broker technology in the service for encrypted communication and multi-factor authentication on devices.
TCS delivers the cloud service from its TL-9000 certified data centers.