SECUDE, an innovative data security provider, announced today that it has released Halocore for SAP NetWeaver to its partners for trial purposes and testing. The Halocore technology provides continuous protection to information downloaded from SAP, so that only authorized users can access that data no matter where it is located.
The company’s new channel program, created earlier this year, is aimed at creating a global network of partners who will conduct all pre-sales, sales, implementation, and level-1 support activities for Halocore. The Halocore for SAP NetWeaver beta will enable partners to begin to explore Halocore’s capabilities. With core classification and auditing features in place, the SECUDE team's focus is now on gathering partner feedback and improving overall product capabilities.
“We managed to setup a basic Microsoft RMS and Halocore implementation within 6 hours,” said
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About Halocore for SAP NetWeaver
In a modern enterprise where there is a rise of business collaboration, an explosion of storage locations, cloud computing, and an increased mobile workforce, traditional protection mechanisms are often left powerless. SECUDE’s Halocore for SAP NetWeaver represents the next generation of information security solutions that enforce protection on the data/documents themselves.
By ensuring data is secured right at the moment it leaves SAP applications, Halocore delivers intelligent and automated classification, while reducing the productivity impact document security solutions typically have on the workforce.
The first release of the Halocore for SAP NetWeaver is scheduled for December this year.
About SECUDE - http://www.secude.com
SECUDE is an innovative global provider of IT data protection solutions. SECUDE helps customers protect sensitive data from loss or theft and to meet legal and industry requirements and guidelines. The company was founded in 1996 as a partnership between
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