Georgia SoftWorks Announces Launch of Business Tunnel Facebook

Georgia SoftWorks publishes a Facebook page for their latest product, the GSW Business Tunnel – SSH Tunneling at its finest.

Georgia SoftWorks (GSW), developer of the GSW Telnet Server and SSH Server for Windows, announces the launch of the GSW Business Tunnel Facebook page. The GSW Business Tunnel is an SSH Tunnel that allows users to securely browse the web, e-mail, remote desktop, manage servers (and more) from untrusted networks.

The Facebook page forTunnel_box the GSW Business Tunnel will make the Business Tunnel videos, example guides and helpful hints readily available to any social media user. It will allow people to stay up-to-date and current with everything Business Tunnel related.

“We want our customers to have the fastest support available,” said Matt Kittrell of GSW. “The GSW Business Tunnel Facebook page will provide users yet another way to access relevant information.”

The Georgia SoftWorks team developed the GSW Business Tunnel to help businesses protect their confidential information using SSH Tunneling. On-the-go business people will be able to securely access corporate services from hotels, airports, restaurants, branch offices, home, or any public Wi-Fi. Even when corporate firewalls are not properly configured for inbound connections, the GSW Business Tunnel allows easy in-the-office setup for inbound connections for access from remote locations.

Georgia SoftWorks is a software development company based in Dawsonville, GA, USA that has received global recognition for their development of the GSW Telnet Server for Windows and the GSW SSH Server for Windows. They have end users and resellers all over the world. The GSW software is used in a variety of industries, including automobile manufactures, airlines, bottling plants, grocery stores, food warehouses, educational institutions and more.

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