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.
You as well as each of your Users must choose a unique SecurityNet User ID.
Exchange SecurityNet User IDs, and you are up and running.
Install SecurityNet on a PC or server in each of your offices. The multi-user license will provide a secure private encrypted network for your communications.
Create a Single Branch or a Multi-branch SecurityNet network:
Install SecurityNet for your organisation's personnel:
Supply each of your colleagues with a copy of SecurityNet and their unique User Id.
On set-up, the user will enter their User Id. Once installed, each user can build their own contact list of users that they would wish to exchange data with. These could be internal or external users.
Provide the SecurityNet Client to your external clients:
The SecurityNet Client allows only single pair of users to exchange data.
Supply each of your external clients with a copy of the SecurityNet Client and both their unique User Id and their primary contact's User ID.
On set-up, the client will enter both their own User ID and their primary contact's User ID. The client will only be able to exchange data with this primary contact within your organisation.
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.