Come one, come all

Last week we announced the results of the Ponemon Institute study we commissioned and had co-sponsored by leading industry SED partners. We wanted to take this opportunity to remind readers that next week we’ll be reviewing the data via a webinar we’re hosting on Tuesday, April 30th at 1pm ET.  

If you’d like to learn more about the TCO of Software vs. Hardware-based Full Disk Encryption from Dr. Larry Ponemon feel free to register at the link below. In addition to hearing form the Ponemon Institute, you’ll also be able hear from not only WinMagic but our co-sponsors of this study; Intel, LSI, Micron, Plextor, Samsung, Seagate and Toshiba.

The data results are pretty amazing and it’s something not to be missed. If you haven’t downloaded the study results, we encourage you to do so.

 

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