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|A Brief History
Edward A. Meyer, Computer Scientist & System Analyst
Transferring and distributing sensitive data using the most advanced encryption and techniques is neither difficult nor expensive. A simple awareness of encryption products available for small business and a basic understanding of desktop computers and the basic principles of the Internet are all that is necessary to maintain the highest levels of security for all of your information transfers, including large files.
1999, Gliq.Info (The Global Local Internet Queue) was initially designed
to simplify searches for local interests, while at the same time, eliminate
returns in search engine results that were inappropriate for business and
normal use. In 2004, Gliq.Info distributed a white paper demonstrating how these
important advances could be implemented. In February of the following
year, Google and Yahoo debuted its own versions of local Internet search
systems and inappropriate search engine returns no longer occurred on major search engines. Please see:
In 2009, Gliq.Info began addressing the security concerns of small business secure data storage and transfer. It was easily recognized that the highest level of encryption available to business is surprisingly inexpensive (or free for files up to 25MB), a simple password management system with the highest level of security is available for free*, a method for overwriting secure files is also available for free*, and a server-based file transfer system which includes unlimited secure email addresses (TLS-Transport Layer Security) for $6.00 per month (with a two year commitment - $142.00). This server-based system can also be used as your company’s website.
The items offered here for free are included in the Gliq Introductory ESP
Package. Other packages, including secure transfer systems specifically
designed for your company are also available.
GliqSecure.Info is a Division of Gliq.Info