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Comcast Business announces special savings in Upware Marketplace during August

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Beginning today through August 21, Comcast will offer 50 percent savings on the program Hightail, formerly known as YouSendIt. Hightail is an online document management and transfer software, allowing users to send, share, and receive files up to 2GB in size from any computer with Internet access. It also allows users to keep documents synchronized in a central location and the ability to sign documents online, avoiding the trouble of having to print, scan and sign manually.

Hightail is part of Comcast’s new Upware™ Marketplace, created to give customers an easy way to browse handpicked solutions from the leading software providers. It is part of Comcast’s ongoing campaign to encourage businesses to turn towards cloud computing based technology, which streamlines several aspects of business management. Not only does Upware Marketplace provide information on the leading software providers, it also allows customers to manage all of their software through a single portal. This makes tasks like adding employees and changing permissions across multiple devices easier and less time consuming, so that companies can focus on their business.

To learn more about Comcast Business and Upware, visit the Upware Marketplace online.

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