Come Find us at Campus Technology 2014!

Next week we head to Boston, MA for the Campus Technology 2014 event. With a number of key customers that are in the education space, we have a solid grasp of the needs and complexity of dealing with data encryption in education.

With the increased focus on securing information of the institution, the students and employees, the use of data encryption solutions is more important than ever for the education market. Education institutions are faced with many areas of complexity with IT:

  • Distributed campus areas
  • Mixed IT environments
  • Tight IT budgets for procurement and resources to manage
  • Shared device environments
  • The increase of bring your own device (BYOD) for students and faculty

The list goes on. But WinMagic is there to help. We can be found at booth #228 and we’re happy talk about how SecureDoc can help address key issues and make data encryption management easier and less painful.

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