SecurityNet runs on Windows devices – PCs, laptops and tablets – as well as Mac OSX computers running Virtual Machines such as Parallels with a Windows OS.
It will run on the following Windows operating systems: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2
Create a SecurityNet network for your business:
Install SecurityNet on a PC or server that can be up constantly during business hours or even 24/7 if you are running an international operation.
With a multi-user license, you can give one to each of your clients and colleagues to provide a secure private network for your communications. Exchange SecurityNet User IDs, and you are up and running.
Install SecurityNet on a PC or server in each of your offices. Again, a multi-user license can provide a secure private network for your communications.
Create a Multi-branch SecurityNet network:
Working with SecurityNet:
You have multiple ways to invoke SecurityNet...
Use the point-and-click screen to select your contact and the files to send. Or....
Use Windows to drag and drop files into a predefined SecurityNet folder. Or...
Configure your in-house applications to write their files to a SecurityNet folder.
SecurityNet will check to see if you have anything to send or receive and automatically encrypt and transfer your data.
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