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WinMagic will be attending a number of different events over the next few months including our next Data Connectors event. Come and visit us at Data Connectors in Louisville, Kentucky on March 19th, 2014!

One of the reasons we attend this event is due to the unique conference format that provides several industry experts discussing current tech-security issues such as email security, wireless security, network and infrastructure security, USB drives security and more. It also allows us to keep up with new and emerging trends that are affecting the Tech-Security industry and in particular, how our products can provide a solution.

Data Connectors provides tremendous opportunities to speak with customer organizations directly and determine what their concerns are surrounding data encryption and what solutions WinMagic can provide. As a recognized innovation leader in data security and key management, our solutions include unique pre-boot functionality that delivers significant costs and time savings to IT professionals, all while ensuring your corporate data is secured.

If you are an IT professional trying to secure your network or simply trying to keep up with the latest technologies, come and meet us at our booth! We hope to see you there!

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