Government of India launched Sandes app For Government Officials
These days the government and general users are worried about data privacy. Recently, while the new data policy of WhatsApp has angered general users, the government has prepared its cut. Modi government has launched its messaging app for the country. These apps are currently being used by government employees. But soon it will be launched for common users.
Government of India launched Sandes app
The central government has launched a new Sandes app on data theft and privacy. According to the report of Business Stadard, this is an instant messaging app that has been given to government employees to use at the moment. This app is also being called Government Instant Messaging Systam (GIMS).
Only Government employees are getting access
According to the information received, this new app can be accessed from gims.gov.in. At present, common people are not allowed to use it. If someone clicks on this site, he gets to see the message of ‘This authentication method is applicable for authorized government officials’.
It Works on Adroid and iOS platforms
The Messages app works on Adroid and iOS. The report states that it has been prepared with the support of Adroid and iOS operating systems. This app has been made similar to the new modern chatting app. Voice and data can be sent in the chatting app.
Let us tell you that there have been many cases of data theft in the last few years. However, the central government is asking all Internet companies to set up their servers in India. But no internet company has taken any concrete decision yet. In the last one year, the central government has started showing seriousness about the data.