Munich-based Siemens recently teamed up with Sigaba of San Mateo, Calif. to develop a secure e-mail product for...
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health care. The product allows users to deliver any type of document in an encrypted e-mail. The service will help users meet emerging HIPAA requirements while continuing to use their existing email client. Based on Sigaba's secure email and secure statements products, the Siemens suite of services will enable hospitals and physician practices across the country to secure their email communications to partners, departments and individuals over open networks, easily and affordably.Siemens' Web site Sigaba's Web site
Sophos relaunches partner program in North America
U.K.-based enterprise antivirus vendor Sophos recently announced the relaunch of its Sophos Partner Program in North America. The enhanced program will focus on the unique needs of consultants, value-added resellers, systems integrators and corporate resellers. Partners who dedicate themselves to Sophos and consistently demonstrate their commitment through active selling and solution recommendation will be given the opportunity to attain higher margins, increased joint marketing resources and access to a channel team that is devoted to helping partners achieve their goals.More on Sophos Partner Program
BindView releases Password Self Service
Houston-based BindView Corp. today unveiled its new Password Self Service product, a Web-based application that allows individual users to reset their own user passwords and unlock their accounts, helping organizations save valuable time for both its system administrators and users. BindView Password Self Service can help reduce costs and produce immediate ROI for organizations.More on Password Self Service
Ottawa-based Kyberpass Corp. and Ireland's Baltimore Technologies recently announced an agreement whereas Baltimore will use Kyberpass' digital signature messaging system in its Identrus Express product. Identrus enables businesses to actively manage e-commerce risks through trusted relationships with financial institutions. Baltimore chose Kyberpass because of the unique application-based architecture of its DSMS that eliminates the need to make time consuming and costly changes to a merchant's application.Kyberpass Corporation's Web site Baltimore Technologies' Web site
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