Keep Moving Forward

November marks the beginning of a new fiscal year for WinMagic which means we’ve been doing a lot of ‘reflection’ internally as to what we’ve done over the past year and how we’ve succeeded. That of course, is in our rearview mirror now and it’s time to start looking ahead.

There’s a great quote from Walt Disney that really fits with what we’re doing these days:

“Around here, however, we don’t look backwards for very long. We keep moving forward, opening up new doors and doing new things, because we’re curious… and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.” – Walt Disney

As we press on into our new year, we have bigger objectives, bigger plans and really exciting product ‘stuff’ coming down the pipe. WinMagic plans to make a big splash this year, it’s the year we really move forward with how we go to market and work to try and become a household name in IT circles.

We’re growing and continuing to expand globally and our product roadmap looks strong as we head toward 2014. In terms of what you can expect near and long term:

  • Support for OS X Mavericks in our SecureDoc for FileVault 2 solution
  • Improved SES console management options – specifically in our SES Web product
  • Integration and management of additional in-market solutions
  • A Look at how to crack the cloud for enterprise

And a whole lot more…

All in all, we’ve got lots of exciting things planned on all fronts and we’ll deliver. Today is less about looking back and resting on our laurels from our fiscal 2013, but more about looking ahead, pressing forward and growing to the company we want to be, that enterprise and public sector customers need and the market deserves.

Onward and upward.

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