New York, NY -- February 28, 2001 -- Digital Art Exchange, Inc. (DAX) today announced the addition of DAX-IT (Secure Information Transfer) to its digital workflow application solutions. DAX-IT is an easy-to-use, browser-based service that guarantees the safe delivery of large files to their appropriate destination without the threat of interception. Powered by Hilgreave, Inc.'s HyperSend technology, DAX-IT targets companies that want to utilize an all-digital workflow, but are concerned with security issues inherent in other file transfer methods such as FTP and email.
DAX-IT allows data exchange and correspondence with anyone in the world quickly and conveniently, ensuring the privacy and authenticity of file delivery over public networks like the Internet. DAX-IT's robust capabilities, encrypted messaging and intuitive user-friendly interface offer marked advantages over email and FTP when it comes to privacy, dependability and security.
Through an exclusive partnership announced in December, Hilgraeve, Inc. provided its HyperSend technology to power DAX-IT, allowing the industry to take advantage of secure file transfer technology over the web. In addition to the PC version of HyperSend, DAX and Hilgraeve jointly developed a Macintosh client version of the service suitable for the needs of the graphic communications industry.
"The results of the strategic relationship between DAX and Hilgraeve allow us to provide a revolutionary way for people in the graphic arts and creative industries to reliably and securely transfer files of virtually any size over the Internet," said Matt Gray, President and CEO of Hilgraeve. "Users can send anything from text documents and presentations to large image files securely with DAX-IT."
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