Many corporate employees travel with company-provided laptop computers, or work at desks with company-provided desktop computers. Company rules or IT department's security policy, often keeps employees from installing any of their own software on the company machines. InfoWallet runs only on the USB pocket drive when it is plugged into your computer. It installs NO personal files on the work computer, so it doesn't violate any company security guidelines, and at the same time it protects the user's personal privacy.
One of the important issues often being discussed today is reducing the rapidly rising cost of healthcare. Washington has been formulating a plan to make health care and medical records available to doctors electronically. Those massive central database software systems will be expensive, and will take a long time to become standardized. InfoWallet allows an individual, or a family, an inexpensive, easy way to keep track of their own medical history using a method that allows them to easily protect it and still easily share it with their doctors. InfoWallet will be made compliant with the US standard when one is selected.
A few of InfoWallet's many features:
Runs entirely on a USB or other portable storage drive - with zero computer software footprint (no data or program files are installed on the computer), unless the user chooses to install the program on their computer.
There is a different software installer available for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux, but the software that is installed runs on all three platforms
One low price, buys InfoWallet software for all three operating systems.
Imports and Exports contact files from any vCARD compliant Address Book (even Outlook address books) on Windows, Macintosh, and Linux. Most modern Address Books are vCARD compliant.
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