vFortress bags contract

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 22 September 2004, 07:00 Hrs
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Bangalore headquartered vFortress Network Security Pvt. Ltd., a product company dedicated to offering secure, remote access to business applications and data, has announced that it has bagged a major order from Xalted Information Systems Pvt. Ltd., a network solutions company. vFortress will provide a secure access infrastructure as well as an ongoing system management to address Xalted’s remote access needs.

vFortress will provide a single secure access infrastructure for both Web and client/server applications that can scale to the company’s users’ demands. vFortress will also provide secure FTP services to upload /download sensitive data securely over the Internet.

Announcing the contract with Xalted, Subash Warrier, CEO, vFortress, said, “We are happy to have bagged this prestigious project and are confident of providing value to Xalted in taking advantage of the Internet to empower geographically displaced development for Xalted’s personnel. Xalted’s productivity will be enhanced because of the virtual remote office made possible by vFortress products.”

“We offer an ideal solution to Xalted’s desire to provide remote access to all of its employees regardless of their location, and even clientless access to Web applications” added Warrier.

“Working with vFortress, we are quickly realizing our goals for utilizing the Internet to reduce costs and increase productivity while maintaining the security of our internal applications and data. These changes will ensure the continued success into our Intellectual property development for the future”, said Bob Kondamoori, CEO of Xalted.

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