Constant Improvement

Late last year we introduced SecureDoc 6.1 and introduced a whole host of new features including MDM, FileVault 2 management capabilities, a Web-based console and more. As with any new release there are kinks that can be worked out and we’ve been working hard to address any minor bugs customers have noticed.

On Tuesday we release SecureDoc 6.1 SR1. This is a non-critical service release that offers a number of fixes for customer-reported bugs. We’ve also worked to enhance the functionality within the pre-boot environment to enable the support of a broader range of hardware.

Full details of the update can be found in the release notes found in our Knowledge Base. If you’re a customer and need to ensure you’re on the most current release of SecureDoc you can contact our support teams to get the upgrade.

Of course, if you’re not using SecureDoc that’s another issue altogether and you should really contact our sales team!

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