Put On Your Thinking Cap

Data encryption and security management seems like an easy thing to talk about, implement and manage day to day, but the fact is, there’s always a learning curve. In an effort to address this for customers and partners, we’ve taken the next step and introduced the WinMagic Technical Certification Training.

This is a first for the company as we traditionally run training programs for customers with our Pre and Post-sales engineers for their IT Administration teams. Now, we’ve given customers and partners the ability to learn at their own pace and become certified SecureDoc administrators.

Offering more than 20 hours of training materials, our Technical Certification Training helps empower partners looking to help customers with their SecureDoc implementations as well as customers who want to ensure their IT Administrators are fully versed in all things SecureDoc. These materials cover every piece of SecureDoc, enabling users to become true masters of their SES environment.

This Online Training offers 20 learning modules and quizzes to test users on their knowledge. Completion of courses at this Certification level enables users to successfully provide 1st Level Support for SES.

Access to the training is included in our Premium support offering but can also be purchased separately should customers with Standard support wish to get their administrators certified on SES.

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