GlobalSCAPE Releases CuteFTP Version 2.5, Introducing New File Queuing and File Transfer Features
SAN ANTONIO - GlobalSCAPE Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of American TeleSource International ("ATSI") (OTC BB:AMTI), today announces the launching of CuteFTP version 2.5 for Microsoft Windows(r) 95/98 and NT.
CuteFTP is a Windows-based File Transfer Protocol (FTP) client that allows users to utilize the capabilities of FTP without having to know all the details of the protocol itself. This excellent FTP program has a lot more than just a pretty interface. In addition to previous features such as a drag-n-drop interface, bookmarks, auto rename scheme and resume download, Version 2.5, of the long-time favorite of both novice and power users, now offers the following features:
-- Queued uploading & downloading
-- Resume uploads
-- Improved Site Manager
-- Can import ALL previous version site entries, including WS_FTP's
-- Complete directory overwrite and directory delete
-- Additional host types added, including 'generic' host for misconfigured sites
-- Better host support, including AIX directory listing fixes
-- Displays progress rate on task bar icon
-- New coding for better memory management and faster operation
-- New improved help file
GlobalSCAPE President, Sandra Poole-Christal, reports, "Customers told us they want a cutting edge FTP client that includes these powerful features. As a result, we responded by launching CuteFTP version 2.5. We expect this version to have a positive impact on future sales growth."
Founded in April of 1996, GlobalSCAPE is rapidly becoming a leader in the development and marketing of top Internet-based software and Web hosting services. GlobalSCAPE uses the Web as an integral component of their sales, marketing and customer relationship strategies which has had a significant impact on their rapid success in the marketplace.
This press release contains some forward-looking statements, including statements related to expected sales volume associated with CuteFTP version 2.5. There are certain important factors that could cause GlobalSCAPE's future sales efforts to differ materially from those anticipated by some of the statements made above. Among these are the anticipation of the growth of certain market segments, the positioning of GlobalSCAPE's products in those segments, the competitive environment in the software industry, dependence on other products, changes to operating systems and product strategy by vendors of operating systems, and the importance of new GlobalSCAPE products.