Hello, I have some employees interested in using this app for business. I tried it today - and I was very impressed, except for one thing. I did some analysis of the traffic between the agent and the iOS app -- All of our desktop/access/network traffic appears to be going through your servers, presumably to get around any NAT/firewall issues. These servers are based in the US. Given the recent issues around compromise of these sorts of services by government entities, we believe there would be a large risk in allowing full access to our desktops and employee desktop use to be monitored by anyone interested in gaining access to our intellectual property. This is simply a reality when dealing with services based out of the US these days. Is there any proof that traffic is encrypted end-to-end between iDevices and desktops? Furthermore, is there any evidence to prove that a desktop cannot be remotely accessed secretively, given there would be no requirement for disclosure if that was ordered? I see none of these privacy/security measures included. It would be great if a privately hosted bounce server were possible - we would be willing to pay a premium for this increased security. Please let us know your thoughts on this issue. Thank you, Gek.