Digital logistics management systems firm Radiance Technologies has announced a range of enhancements to its TrueDelivery data transfer system.
TrueDelivery enables users to send and receive data securely over corporate IP networks and the internet in volumes that could otherwise compromise network performance. Users can prioritise, send, receive and track gigabytes or terabytes of data or content.
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Enhancements in the TrueDelivery 4.2 version include a new desktop interface that allows users to transfer hundreds of files in a single drag-and-drop operation, with e-mail style addressing.
Users can also prioritise delivery of files or groups of files, and allocate them differing amounts of bandwidth. Files can be “associated” with particular users.
The software includes tracking and monitoring functions and can produce an audit trail to meet compliance requirements. The package also includes troubleshooting tools to enable developers or system managers to identify and solve networking problems.
TrueDelivery 4.2 is available as licensed software or as a hosted or managed service. It is compatible with Mac OS X and Windows XP, 2003 and 2000.