Quanta Announces 30 Day SCIE Cells for Lawyers

SCIE was engineered specifically for use by companies and high net-worth individuals to ensure confidential communications stay confidential. Many SCIE clients license the system through Lawyers to add an extra layer of anonymity.
By: Quanta PR Department
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"It's pronounced sky, not ski
May 30, 2011 - PRLog -- Geneva - Quanta Consulting Ltd, a worldwide distributor of the Secure Client Information Exchange, announced today that it would provide 30 day SCIE cell licenses to attorneys and law firms who deal with corporations and high-net worth individuals. The promotion is for SCIE awareness with no obligations.

SCIE is a highly secure & anonymous text based communications platform that has been quietly used within the Swiss financial sector for 5 years to communicate with clients. The SCIE system and the use of it is 100% anonymous. SCIE is not subject to E-discovery as there is no way to associate users with their cells and SCIE servers do not record users private IP addresses. SCIE communications are not stored on the user’s computer.

Lawyers interested in participating in the promotion should contact Quanta by way of the contact information on the company website. Quanta request that interested parties first download the Quanta SCIE brochure, found on the website, in order to familiarize themselves with SCIE and their corporate and high net-worth clients need to use SCIE for business. With corporate espionage on the rise and the threat from within their own companies, executives need to find new ways to communicate sensitive information. SCIE permits executives to have private text based conversations without fear that they will be intercepted and sold to the highest bidder.


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Quanta’s main priority is confidentiality and security combined with a high level of service; presenting the Client with the best possible options to insure that all is in the best interest of the client.
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