FileWorks Online™ Update focuses on
Security and Convenience Upgrades
October 23, 2008
Copy documents and folders, run a report, and more!
INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Today FileWorks™ announced another update to FileWorks Online™, the virtual file cabinet for secure file storage and sharing. With the new update, users can:
- Copy complete folders and documents to folders in your account.
- Run a report listing who has access to each folder.
- Rename a document using the new Rename Document link in the Document Actions menu.
- Control whether or not private Guests can be added to the account.
- Access FileWorks Online with the Apple Safari browser.
|Behind the scenes...|
FileWorks Online™ has received the Network Solutions SiteSafe™ Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificate. This certificate indicates that Network Solutions has conducted a rigorous and thorough examination of FileWorks' business credentials and verified the legitimacy of the site by applying the industry's strictest validation requirements.
In addition, the SiteSafe™ services include a $1 million relying party guarantee, payable to website users who incur losses resulting directly for an online credit card transaction as a result of a mis-issued SiteSafe™ SSL Certificate. Guarantee terms and conditions are available on the Network Solutions website.
The SiteSafe™ SSL Certificate creates an encrypted link between FileWorks Online™ and the user's browser. SSL stands for "Secure Sockets Layer," which is the standard security technology for creating an encrypted link between a Web server and a Web browser. This link ensures that all data passed between the server and browser remains private and secure. All SiteSafe™ SSL Certificates are encrypted at 128 bit up to 256-bit encryption.
FileWorks Online™ has also upgraded to Microsoft .NET 3.5 architecture, using the latest tools for building and running the next generation of applications and XML Web services. And, the new Windows Communication Foundation employs greater security between backend systems to further lock down and encrypt files.