Armour Communications, a leading provider of specialist, secure communications solutions, has today announced the general availability of Armour Desktop. Armour Desktop extends the secure mobile communications capabilities of Armour Mobile via a Windows 10 softphone and is fully interoperable with Armour Mobile. David Holman, a director of Armour Communications said: “At Armour we are committed to extending our range of secure communications solutions that enable trusted colleagues to collaborate safe in the knowledge that their mobile conversations and associated metadata is secure. Our new Armour Desktop runs on Windows 10 and enables staff inside and outside of the organisation to communicate within a secure and private environment, while taking advantage of the reduced costs and increased flexibility of Voice over IP communications.” A government certified solution, Armour Mobile can be downloaded from the app stores and used on company-issued or staff owned devices (BYOD). It is easily deployed and centrally managed either on the Armour secure cloud, or as a full on-premises installation, giving a completely secured and controlled solution. Armour Mobile provides secure voice calls, video calls, one-to-one and group messaging, voice and video conference calls, file attachments and sent/received/read message status. Using a FIPS-140-2 validated crypto core, Armour Mobile has been awarded many other certifications including CPA (Commercial Product Assurance) from the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and is included in the NATO Information Assurance catalogue. For more information or to download Armour Desktop -ends- About Armour Comms Armour Communications Limited is a UK based company supplying market leading technology for secure communication via 3G, LTE (4G), Wi-Fi and satellite for voice, video, messaging and data on Android or iOS platforms. Armour Mobile also features in-built secure conferencing (audio or video) between multiple callers. Armour Mobile is available as a Cloud or an On-Premises solution, and by using the optional Armour Connect Gateway, integration to a customer’s PBX and standard office desk phones is possible. With its focus on interoperability Armour Mobile was the first secure communications app to connect to Skype for Business (previously called Lync) using standard Cisco SIP-based technology, and Armour Desktop extends the secure mobile communications functionality of Armour Mobile and delivers it to organisations via a Windows 10 client. Together Armour Mobile and Armour Desktop enable users inside and external to the organisation to communicate transparently within a secure and private environment, while taking advantage of the reduced costs and increased flexibility provided by Voice over IP corporate communications. Armour solutions are FIPS, NATO and CPA approved up to OFFICIAL-SENSITIVE, with additional security layers to mitigate threats up to SECRET.