Wednesday, March 09, 2011
GlobalSCAPE Releases New Security and End User Capabilities for Mail Express Customers
SAN ANTONIO - GlobalSCAPE, Inc. (NYSE Amex: GSB), a leading developer of secure information exchange solutions, announced the availability of enhanced security and end user capabilities for Mail Express™, its popular email-based file transfer solution for business customers.
This new version of Mail Express provides improved security by supporting communication through the GlobalSCAPE DMZ Gateway™. This DMZ Gateway support allows customers to implement Mail Express behind a DMZ firewall, providing an added layer of protection for data storage and retrieval, user authentication, and firewall traversal.
To ensure customers have complete email attachment management and security in diverse user environments, the latest version also includes the Mail Express Internal Web Portal. The portal provides full Mail Express functionality via a standard web browser to customer employees who may not use Microsoft Outlook as their primary mail client.
Other key features of this new version of Mail Express include:
- Included support for Microsoft Outlook and Exchange 2010
- Improved performance and optimization when interacting with anti-virus software, allowing IT administrators to continue to secure the network with their anti-virus software of choice
- Increased capacity and number of users per Mail Express Server, supporting the growing demands of larger enterprises
"Email still remains one of the most common ways for organizations to exchange data," said Jason Wolford, product manager of Mail Express. "With this new version of Mail Express, organizations can enjoy even greater collaborative flexibility and security benefits than before, while also experiencing the same ease-of-use benefits."
Mail Express was developed to improve end user and IT administrator productivity by simplifying the secure exchange of large email files on demand. With Mail Express, users can simply and transparently send sensitive and large files, up to 25GB, without resorting to unapproved and potentially non-secured methods. In addition, by providing an external-facing Drop-Off Portal, Mail Express allows approved partners to send large files back to Mail Express users via a secure web portal, ensuring the files and data remain secure at all times.
For a limited time, GlobalSCAPE will be offering a 50% discount to customers that purchase 50 or more end user licenses. To qualify, the customer must complete a simple post-implementation survey, and be willing to provide a reference upon request.
For more information about this product and others from the company, please visit www.globalscape.com.
GlobalSCAPE, Inc. (NYSE Amex: GSB), headquartered in San Antonio, TX, is a leading provider of secure information exchange solutions. Since the release of CuteFTP in 1996, GlobalSCAPE's solutions have continued to evolve to meet the business and technology needs of an increasingly interconnected global marketplace. Serving a customer base that spans more than 150 countries and includes the majority of Fortune 100 companies, GlobalSCAPE's primary focus is providing customers with intuitive and efficient managed file transfer (MFT) solutions while also ensuring end-to-end security. For more information, visit www.globalscape.com, or subscribe to our Blog or Twitter updates.
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