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.
SAN ANTONIO, TX., - San Antonio-based GlobalSCAPE released the latest version of the popular File Transfer Protocol, CuteFTP 2.0. This excellent FTP program has a lot more than just a pretty interface.
SAN ANTONIO, TX. - GlobalScape Inc. and act2 Inc. announce their agreement for distribution of the popular File Transfer Protocol utility, CuteFTP, into Japan.
CuteFTP is a Windows-based Internet application that allows novice users to utilize the capabilities of FTP without having to know all of the protocol itself. It simplifies FTP by offering a user-friendly, graphical interface instead of the cumbersome and complex command-line utility. These features have helped CuteFTP to become one of the most popular consumer FTP clients in the world.
SAN ANTONIO, TX. - CuteFTP has taken the Internet by storm - "We thoroughly expected CuteFTP to launch with a bang but we weren't expecting such a phenomenal response, so quickly, and from such esteemed industry professionals," states Sandra Poole-Christal, President of GlobalScape.
SAN ANTONIO,TX. - After only two months of it's latest release, CuteFTP was rated as one of the Top 10 Most Popular Winsock Applications by Wired Magazine. "Learning to read hieroglyphics is easier than learning File Transfer Protocol," states Sandra Poole-Christal, President of GlobalSCAPE, "but 'FTP' is a quick, handy way to retrieve files from remote sites or servers on the Internet." CuteFTP expels the DOS-like commands with an easy-to-understand, File Manager-like interface, bringing serious file sharing into the hands of novice and power users alike.
SAN ANTONIO - GlobalSCAPE, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Telesource Incorporated (ATSI), secures an exclusive worldwide distribution agreement with Alex Kunadze to distribute CuteFTP. This is a move that will project GlobalSCAPE into the worldwide marketplace via the Internet, says Arthur Smith, President of ATSI.