Group Logic (http://www.grouplogic.com), a provider of enterprise-class connectivity solutions, has released MassTransit 7.2. This new release adds an optional plug-in for Microsoft Outlook, allowing end users to invoke MassTransit from their existing email client in order to securely send large files.
MassTransit provides a file transfer solution for infrequent file transfers, a tool for high volume, high frequency transfers and automated tools for system-to-system file transfers. It provides your organization with a single tool for defining and enforcing file transfer access rights and for monitoring all file transmissions, according to T. Reid Lewis, CEO of Group Logic.
Users can log into their MassTransit-powered corporate file transfer website and within three clicks begin sending files as large as many gigabytes securely over HTTPS. There’s no browser plug-in or FTP client to install and typing a few characters of the recipient’s name brings up a pre-loaded contact directory. To send files to someone not in the directory, users y type in that person’s email address and MassTransit does the rest.
Power users have the option of downloading a browser plug-in that provides additional features. The plug-in allows users to select and send hundreds of files folder structures with file transfers of over 50GB. The plug-in also includes the MassTransit Advanced Protocol (MTAP) which features automatic compression and encryption and it even protects the special attributes of Macintosh files.
A free trial of MassTransit can be downloaded directly from the GroupLogic website. The MassTransit plug-in for Outlook is optional and priced separately, and may be purchased as an add-on by current MassTransit customers. Contact Group Logic for pricing options.