WorldExtend Sees Global Demand for SecureIDAT Service

WorldExtend has seen global demand for its software-based SecureIDAT free managed VPN and remote access service in more than 50 countries since its official launch on April 10, 2007. On top of the incredible sales in North America, SecureIDA has been downloaded from all over the world, including the U.K., Germany, China, India, Brazil, and Australia.

SecureIDA's simple secure remote access has been warmly welcomed by analysts and such organizations spanning such diverse sectors as healthcare, telecommunications, retail, business services, and manufacturing.

Downloadable in minutes and configured via an extremely-simple and intuitive wizard-driven process, SecureIDA enables any organization to set up secure access to data and applications from any location within minutes - providing the same business agility and related productivity gains previously available only to large enterprises. SecureIDA is the only service that includes free VPN and free remote desktop access as part of a complete end-to-end remote access solution.

SecureIDA's intuitive software-based platform makes it simple for an organization's employees, branch offices, suppliers, or even customers to gain simple, secure, and unlimited free remote access to shared data, such as network file folders or client server applications. Offering far greater functionality and security than other remote access services, such as GoToMyPC, SecureIDA provides free secure access to one Microsoft Windows XP Pro or Linux desktop computer for an unlimited time. The free service can also be utilized to enhance the security of client/server applications, such as e-mail or billing, while the fee-based SecureIDA Application Portal provides a far-less-costly alternative to Citrix Systems' application publishing solution (making this productive functionality available to any-sized company).

WorldExtend's vision for SecureIDA includes making it simple for customers to add additional fee-based, value-added services and enhancements that are customized to their business needs. WorldExtend's initial fee-based services include full maintenance and technical support (including a number of advanced features and functionality and access to an additional 25 PCs), application publishing through their Application Portal, and on-net Zero-Port technology that provides enhanced security and ease of use.

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