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 The Windward S5Poll.exe program that is used for WEAR, does not encrypt the data going back and forth between the FTP, Main Dataset and Remote Locations. Instead, The S5Poll.exe application breaks the data up into XML and BTR files, and compresses them back into one small file before it sends them to the FTP, and then when it is receiving the new information,​ it receives the compressed file and extracts it back into XML and BTR files, then converts them back into useable information (invoices, inventory quantities, customer and supplier information) at each location. ​ The Windward S5Poll.exe program that is used for WEAR, does not encrypt the data going back and forth between the FTP, Main Dataset and Remote Locations. Instead, The S5Poll.exe application breaks the data up into XML and BTR files, and compresses them back into one small file before it sends them to the FTP, and then when it is receiving the new information,​ it receives the compressed file and extracts it back into XML and BTR files, then converts them back into useable information (invoices, inventory quantities, customer and supplier information) at each location. ​
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 +Because sensitive credit card information isn't sent back and forth between locations, the WEAR application is PCI Compliant.
  
  
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-Created by Steve Wind February 20 2018 +Created by Steve Wind February 20 2018 \\ 
 +Updated October 26 2018
  
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