Continuous Improvement

This week we’ll be using a lot of our social media channels to tease the upcoming release of the latest updates to SecureDoc and this blog is no exception.We’ve been working extremely hard behind the scenes to continue to improve our product and there’s a host of key updates coming next week.

What can you expect? Without giving it all away, as always, we’re working to improve stability and address any customer-reported issues. Additionally, we’ve improved a number of key features ranging from our FileVault 2 management to how we can use PBConnex in UEFI. And as we’ve talked about before, UEFI is a complex beast of a pre-boot environment.

But one of the biggest leaps forward will be our support for Windows 8. It’s increasing dramatically and dynamically and we’re really excited about our progress in this space and what it will mean for customers looking to adopt Microsoft’s latest OS today.

However, it won’t all be about the software updates, we’ll have more to talk about next week and I’ll tease more about it on Thursday.

Until then, the countdown is on…

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