New cloud-based file transfer and messaging service adds security and collaboration to business information exchange
WATERLOO, ON, March 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ - OpenText™ (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC), a global leader in Enterprise Information Management (EIM), today unveiled OpenText Secure iX, its newest Cloud Services offering designed to let organizations exchange messages and information in a trusted, integrated and collaborative cloud environment. OpenText Secure iX is the first of a new generation of Information Exchange solutions that aims to fulfill the vision of exchanging any information in any format on any device.
Today's high risk environment demands an Information Exchange solution that protects valued content while enabling organizations to fully benefit from it. OpenText Secure iX, establishes a secure, two-way communication stream unlike any other application on the market. It is as easy to use as email, yet helps provide the security and audit trail that today's corporations need to satisfy compliance requirements. The product can help users securely exchange messages and large files of any type inside or outside of their company's network via the cloud. Secure iX's intuitive user interface requires little to no training and as a cloud-based offering, reduces IT costs by moving complex information exchange infrastructure off premise.
"Inactive information is neither useful nor safe - the power of information comes from the ability to securely share it," said OpenText CEO Mark J. Barrenechea. "The requirement for secure file transfer and collaboration continues to grow and mismanaged email poses serious security risks. Secure iX delivers upon our EIM strategy of offering the next evolution in enterprise communication and file delivery. As opposed to email's transmission in clear text, data within Secure iX is traceable and encrypted at all times."Key Features:
- During file transfer and information exchanges, data is encrypted at all times - both inside and outside the enterprise -- providing superior protection of sensitive data
- Collaboration via threaded messages that include file uploads enable users to connect with a high degree of transparency and allows for more intuitive organization of content
- Notifications are date- and time-stamped when messages are received and files are downloaded, allowing for easier tracking and more efficient workflow management
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