Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) September 10, 2007
Trident Systems (http://www.tridsys.com) reported today that its Collaboration Gateway (CG) product is on the US Government's latest official list of approved cross-domain solutions that are approved for use in the Intelligence Community and Department of Defense.
"We're proud that Collaboration Gateway has been included," noted Nick Karangelen, Trident Systems' founder and CEO. "As part of the Cross-Domain Collaborative Information Exchange solution, Collaboration Gateway provides live text chat for users on differently-secured networks." Text chat proved to be a surprisingly useful tool throughout operations in both Afghanistan and Iraq; however, the need remains to protect information on differently-secured networks, thus limiting the ability of users to "chat" with others on different networks.
"With Collaboration Gateway, intelligence analysts, operations planners, logistics folks -- all can now collaborate without re-organizing networks or other 'work-arounds'," noted Collaboration Gateway architect Scott Thomas. "Plus, our open approach to CG's development means that we support a broad range of chat clients, so users don't have to relearn their collaboration environment."
The Collaboration Gateway program is developed and managed from Trident's Raleigh Research Center - Morrisville, NC - and it is available immediately. Trident Systems http://www.tridsys.com is a private veteran-owned small business that has been providing hardware and software systems to military and commercial clients since 1985. TSI supports customers ranging from the United States Military Forces to the New York Stock Exchange by harnessing emerging technologies providing innovative affordable products and services that consistently exceed customers' expectations.