Three Globalscape Products Named 2012 Network Products Guide Award Finalists

Globalscape, Inc. have announced today that it has been recognised by the Network Products Guide 2012 Best Products and Services Awards as a finalist in three categories. Globalscape’s Mail Express™, Wide Area File Services (WAFS), and TappIn™ by Globalscape® were named finalists in the “Email, Security and Management,” “Social Media, Networking or Collaboration Solutions,” and “Mobile/Wireless Solution” categories, respectively. The nominations follow a string of industry acknowledgements for Globalscape, including “Global Excellence Awards” for both Mail Express and TappIn from Info Security Products Guide in February of this year.

“Mail Express, WAFS, and TappIn demonstrate our market-leading approach to innovation and development in enterprise security and mobility,” said Globalscape CEO Jim Morris. “We are providing solutions that bring long term value to our customers, enabling businesses and consumers to access and share information quickly, securely, and reliably.”

Mail Express allows Microsoft® Outlook users to seamlessly and securely send and receive large files, up to 25 GB, in lieu of alternatives like private email accounts, social media sites, CDs, and USB drives — options that are cumbersome to use or provide inadequate security. In addition, Mail Express increases visibility, oversight, and security of file transfers while reducing IT help desk involvement and offloading attachments from expensive email storage.

WAFS replicates files across different locations around the globe, providing secure, near real-time data access for multiple remote users. As files are modified, the system instantly mirrors all changes using intelligent byte-level differencing technology, so you always have the most recent version of a file, no matter when or where you access it.

TappIn by Globalscape allows users to instantly access and securely share all files stored on an office or home computer from any web browser and all popular mobile devices, eliminating the need for uploading, syncing, or paying for additional cloud storage. The TappIn service securely accesses the user’s existing storage devices, allows sharing files of any size, and provides encryption to safeguard content.

Network Products Guide’s editorial staff selects tech products that facilitate making the most pertinent technology decisions affecting business and personal goals. This assessment of potential is complemented by conscientious research methodologies developed and enhanced by industry experts. Network Products Guide’s 2012 Best Products and Services Awards highlight the best products and services, roadmaps, industry directions, technology advancements, and independent product evaluations of the year.