Tenix Goes Live

Tenix Goes Live

The data Corporation unveils Tenix for public distribution. After 2 years of development and the completion of Microsoft's. NET framework, Tenix will deliver secure, encrypted communications globally.

(PRWEB) February 1, 2002

The data Corporation is pleased to announce that Tenix - the most advanced Peer-to-Peer (P2P) file and message exchange system available, has been released for full public distribution as of 9:00 am EST today.

Tenix allows users to communicate securely and in "Real Time" with their Business units, Trading Partners, Vendors, Suppliers, Customers and Colleagues for less than $200.00 per year. It has been described as the ultimate Mobile Virtual Private Network, a flexible Wide Area Network and affordable Value Added Network – with built in cryptography and Digital Certificate options.

”Cost and ease of implementation are very important to us in our Supply Chain management, especially in those areas where the communications infrastructure is expensive, and sometimes unreliable. The extra security and privacy features of Tenix only add to its attraction for us”, says Robert Kelly, CEO of North American Leasing

Tenix allows Suppliers and Vendors to exchange traceable business documents – Lawyers, Bankers, Brokers and Accountants to exchange client data with total privacy – Hospitals to transmit medical images and patient data securely – Police and security agencies to secure and encrypt the transfer of urgent sensitive data.

Michael A. Tisdale, Director of Materials Management at Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana – one of the first women's specialty hospitals in the United States, summed it up in one sentence, “I don't think there is any organization that doesn't need security, traceability and economy in their communications; Tenix provides all that and more, with its uses only limited by your imagination”.

Tenix has been piloted in numerous industries including, Automotive, Manufacturing, Healthcare, Insurance and Retail, and is undergoing certification with the Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) for Government implementation both in Canada and the United States.

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