Looking to enhance your BitLocker management Investment?

Two weeks ago, we announced the availability of the latest version of SecureDoc. Among the exciting sets of new features available is our ability to now manage and enhance Microsoft BitLocker for organizations using multiple devices on various platforms. Companies that are currently using or considering deploying native encryption solutions often face challenges in being able to properly and efficiently manage data security in a centralized location. In addition, these organizations are also likely to incur additional IT costs and discover missing security features that are key to any encryption solution.

Join us in our new webinar “Enhancing Microsoft BitLocker in Your Enterprise” and learn:

  • Hidden limitations and costs of a ‘free’ security solution
  • How to combat global market challenges relating to BitLocker
  • Secrets behind effectively managing and utilizing BitLocker in the enterprise

We’ve lined up different sessions for everyone across the globe. To register, click on the time that suits your time zone best!


Register and be the first to receive a complimentary copy of our Quick Guide: Understanding Microsoft BitLocker Like Never Before!

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