, Inc. (NYSE Amex:
), a leading developer of secure information exchange solutions, is featuring Hosted Enhanced File Transfer Server™ (EFT Server™) and Secure Mobile Access™ this week at the 2012 Infosecurity Europe conference in London.
A cloud-enhanced version of its award-winning secure file transfer solution, Hosted EFT Server enables organisations to securely exchange business-to-business data, including large files and sensitive data, through the cloud.
As part of the company’s overall strategy to meet growing European demand for the hosted solution, the company partnered with Peer 1 Hosting to provide the cloud infrastructure in the region, and has now named Pro2col Ltd. as a primary managed file transfer reseller and Sigma Software Distribution as primary distributor of GlobalSCAPE’s suite of secure file exchange solutions in the U.K.
“In business environments where the strictest security standards are not only beneficial, but mandatory, IT leaders and managers know that usability and security can’t be mutually exclusive,” says Jim Morris, GlobalSCAPE CEO. “GlobalSCAPE is committed to enabling businesses to share and transfer information quickly and securely, without compromise. With Peer 1 already on board, we’re pleased to have Pro2col and Sigma join us to help carry out that vision in the U.K.”
GlobalSCAPE will also demonstrate its Secure Mobile Access solution that enables businesses to tackle the growing “Bring Your Own Device” trend head-on. Developed with technology from recently acquired TappIn, Inc., it allows businesses to access their files where they reside on any computer or network-attached storage, without the need for third-party cloud storage. Powered by an easy-to-use app that’s compatible with the most popular mobile devices and platforms used today, the Secure Mobile Access solution can be tailored for use by businesses of any size. In addition, the solution integrates seamlessly with GlobalSCAPE’s award-winning EFT Server solution, allowing IT administrators more options for managing and controlling user access.