WebRTC Solutions Industry News

[November 16, 2005]

MOVEit DMZ Enhances Secure Transfer Reporting

MADISON, Wis. --(Business Wire)-- Nov. 16, 2005 -- MOVEit DMZ administrators can now get quick, easy and secure access to the user, file and message data they need to meet increasingly strict audit and reporting demands, and to the system performance, storage and security management information they require from this enterprise-level secure file and message transfer and storage solution by Standard Networks.

These administrators can now select from over 90 pre-defined reports that can be easily modified to meet most needs. They can also create custom reports for unique requirements. These reports can be generated in a choice of formats, including CSV, HTML and XML. Administrators can run these reports 'as needed' and then view and download them with a Web browser, or run them on a scheduled automated basis for later downloading and viewing.

These enhanced reporting capabilities compliment an already extensive set of built-in audit tools, which also use the comprehensive data set that MOVEit DMZ automatically records to its secure database. Together they enable MOVEit DMZ administrators to quickly respond to reporting, billing, and audit requirements, do capacity planning, and determine the best times for scheduled system maintenance.

The comprehensive quality of these MOVEit DMZ capabilities is in sharp contrast to many other secure file transfer products. Some of these do not record all the necessary data. Many force their administrators to manually dig through massive log files to find, collate and extract the data they need. And most lack any built-in reporting or audit capabilities, necessitating the use of one or more third-party applications.

About MOVEit DMZ. Designed from the beginning to be a security solution, this Internet-facing 'portal' enables authorized employees, business partners and customers to securely transfer and store files, messages, and Web form postings using with popular Web browsers and MOVEit and third-party secure FTP over SSL and SSH clients. For more about MOVEit DMZ and the other MOVEit products, including details on how to request an evaluation, demonstration or quote, please visit www.standardnetworks.com.

About Standard Networks. Since its founding in 1989 this privately-held company has achieved 66 consecutive profitable quarters by developing secure, reliable, mission-critical data transfer products and by providing responsive, high-quality support for its customers in the Americas, Europe, Africa and Australia.

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