Maintaining Vision

It’s that time of year again when Gartner unleashes their latest Mobile Data Protection (MDP) Magic Quadrant Report. Once again, WinMagic has been positioned in the Visionary quadrant but there are some significant differences this year.

Now this isn’t something new to us, we’ve been recognized as a Visionary before, the last few years quite frankly. However, this year we’ve definitely separated ourselves from the ‘pack.’ Unlike previously, we’ve typically been in close quarters with some of our key competitors in this space. This year however, we’ve really broken away and many of our competitors have regressed in their visionary ability.

It truly is a testament to our continued innovation and ability to execute on what we bring to market. We’re excited to see that Gartner continues to recognize us in this way and plan to move up and to the right in future!

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