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WorldExtend Intros Free SSL VPN Service

WorldExtend announced that it will introduce SecureIDA free managed VPN and remote access service

PHILADELPHIA -- WorldExtend, the remote access and network security specialist, today announced that its SecureIDA free managed VPN and remote access service will introduce the most simple, secure

and inexpensive Site-to-Site SSL VPN available on the market in the third quarter of this year. The latest in the scheduled software product enhancements will be downloadable in a matter of minutes, and will eliminate

the significant costs that have always been associated with managing a SSL VPN - making yet another enterprise-class application available to SMBs.

In keeping with its customer-focused approach to product development, WorldExtend will be arranging Beta trials of the SSL VPN to select SecureIDA

community members in August. The company will be testing with small-to-mid sized businesses with 2 or more sites, as well as Managed Service Providers (MSPs). The feedback from the Beta trails will enable WorldExtend to fine tune the new product's functionality and most importantly build on its commitment to ease of use.

"WorldExtend is building a user community of IT professionals and small business owners that demand simple, secure and inexpensive solutions to their networking and access challenges and we are always looking to our user

community for feedback and participation in product enhancements," said Bruce LeBuhn, Director, Marketing and Sales, WorldExtend, LLC. "SecureIDA's Site-to-Site SSL VPN solution will deliver more productivity-enhancing features, reduced cost, and flexibility to our customers and I would imagine

based on our packaging, momentum, and endorsements to-date, prove foundational to our continued disruption of the remote access market," LeBuhn continued. "This will be our first in a series of product introductions where we'll be engaging members of our community directly into

the product development process."

WorldExtend LLC

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