Providing anonymity in e-mail
Feb 25, 1998 04:58 AM
by M K Ramadoss
Here is a very interesting product. May be many organizations can use it.
All too often, employees can be placed in situations whereby they
want to address their concerns with their company or co-workers,
but they remain silent due to a fear of what might happen to
them. Unfortunately, keeping quiet just won't resolve the
problem, so everyone loses out - including the employer.
Thankfully, a new service is now online that's geared
specifically to these types of situations, and the pricing just
can't be beat. StrictlyConfidential.com is designed to function
either as a stand-alone service, or as part of an existing
internal employee communication program. The service allows
employees to speak their minds with absolute confidence by
sending "Guaranteed Untraceable" email messages to their
company's mailbox on the StrictlyConfidential.com server.
StrictlyConfidential.com takes email sent to it by the employees
of client companies and "sterilizes" it so that it is impossible
to trace the sender. After undergoing a 5-step security
procedure, the message is compiled and forwarded to a designated
contact within the company - all without any employee of the
service ever reading the document. The cost ... a mere $360(CDN)
per year - regardless of the company size or employee usage.
Berkana Communication, Web: http://www.strictlyconfidential.com/
Email: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 416-424-1953
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