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December 20, 2012

bTrade Unveils TDAccess 3.2.1

Companies often share sensitive data across applications and organizations. As a result, they face complicated security and compliance mandates. The company must therefore assume more direct control of the movement of important corporate data.

bTrade LLC, a provider of managed file transfer solutions, has unveiled TDAccess 3.2.1 as part of its enterprise solution. This updated version offers further assistance for both enterprise and SMB users to control and manage the movement of important corporate data to enable data growth, decrease security risk, and enhance IT and business efficiency.

Enhancements to TDAccess 3.2.1 include features for which some modules have been recompiled on advanced platforms for improved performance of the application. It also supports IBM (News - Alert) i7.1 and z/OS v1.13 hardware platforms and provides improved logging facilities.

TDAccess is a readily deployable safe data communications solution that assists numerous companies in safely exchanging business data with customers and partners. They can also comply with strict regulatory and security mandates with this.

TDAccess essentially helps to link business applications to one another.

Apart from a wide variety of operating systems, including AS400/iSeries, MVS/zSeries, AIX, HP-UX, Solaris, Linux and Windows, this updated software is supported on all the major platforms.

Allowing the company’s customers to have large install bases all over the world, TDAccess can export under ECCN 5D992.

“This latest TDAccess release represents bTrade’s ongoing commitment to provide leading secure file transfer solutions to meet the breadth of our customers' needs,” said Steve Zapata, CEO and president of bTrade.

In July 2012, the company secured the national certification as a "Minority Owned Business Enterprise" (MBE) by the Southern California Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. This certification allows bTrade to be listed in the national database of the National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).

Apart from hundreds of corporations across the country, this archive can be accessed by 39 regional minority-purchasing councils.

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Edited by Braden Becker
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