Dec 27th, 2006
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – GlobalSCAPE (OTCBB:GSCP), a leading developer of secure server and Enhanced File Transfer (EFT) Management solutions and WAFS, announced today that it had filed for listing of its common stock on the American Stock Exchange (AMEX). "This delivers on a commitment we made to our shareholders earlier this year. The application process usually takes 8-10 weeks; therefore, we would hope to complete this process during the first quarter of 2007," says Randy Poole, President and CEO.
GlobalSCAPE is a leading provider of managed and secured file transfer (EFT), wide area file services (WAFS), and continuous data protection software (CDP). Virtually all of the Fortune 100 use GlobalSCAPE products to secure and accelerate their data exchange. GlobalSCAPE's innovative managed file transfer solution, Enhanced File Transfer (EFT), enables all types of organizations to speed and automate the secure storage and movement of their data across the corporate firewall to external entities, and help them comply with government mandates such as HIPAA, Sarbanes-Oxley, and GLBA. GlobalSCAPE's Wide Area File Services (WAFS) deliver transparent, secure file replication that allows companies with branch offices across large geographic distances to replicate files within the corporate firewall to provide local file access speeds to each office, while reducing network utilization and maintaining file coherence and lock semantics. Continuous Data Protection (CDP) is GlobalSCAPE's real-time, continuous data backup solution that assures that any information on the network, even on distributed and remote servers, can be restored from any point in time in event of data loss. GlobalSCAPE is headquartered in San Antonio, TX. For more information, please visit http://www.globalscape.com or call GlobalSCAPE toll-free at 800-290-5054 (US) or 210-308-8267 (international).
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