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HomeConvenience, Comodo Team

HomeConvenience.com has selected Comodo to protect, secure, and empower their customers with the highest level of online protection

JERSEY CITY, N.J. -- Comodo, a global Certification Authority and leading provider of Identity and Trust Assurance (ITA) Management solutions, announced today that HomeConvenience.com (www.homeconvenience.com), a leading online family calendar and overall home organization service, has selected Comodo to protect, secure and empower their customers with the highest level of online protection available on the market today. By deploying Comodo's ITA Suite, members will realize the advanced technological security benefits that many leading financial institutions now utilize for online banking.

HomeConvenience.com is an online personal organizer that uniquely transfers the advanced features of online contact management, family calendar, address book, to do lists, shopping lists, messaging, scheduling, home inventory, and task management tools into the arena of online household management - enabling its members to easily and securely coordinate every aspect of their home life with the same precision and control as a high end business package. In working with Comodo, their web-based interface provides for completely secure access of data from anywhere in the world with secure storage of all data in password-protected, 128-bit SSL encrypted servers.

The company chose Comodo as its security partner because Comodo's credentials and expertise as a Certification Authority uniquely qualify it to deliver new technology to protect the integrity and privacy of client data. "HomeConvenience is a forward thinking organization that is committed to providing the highest level of security to protect its members", said Melih Abdulhayoglu, President and CEO of Comodo. "Through the implementation of Comodo's ITA solutions, HomeConvenience.com has established itself as a role model for how internet security should be implemented at a user level."

Comodo Group

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