Enabling the IT Security Admin

Pre-boot Network Authentication (PBNA). It’s a technology we’ve been talking about for the better part of a couple of years now, but now it’s really starting to take off. Many say they have the functionality, but few can actually deliver it. As such, we’re working to educate the masses on what we can do with our PBNA solution – PBConnex.

This month, we’ll be conducting four separate webinars in key regions WinMagic operates in, to offer a look into how PBNA can help make IT Administrators more successful and productive in their day-to-day operations.

In addition to the Webinar, we recently released a short whitepaper about how organizations can easily secure data and make life simpler for IT admins as previously mentioned in this blog.

If you’re interested in attending, here are the dates & times when we’ll be hosting the live webinars – click to follow link to registration:

February 19th – 09:00 ET – for Europe, Middle East & Africa (English)
February 19th – 14:00 ET – for North America (English)
February 20th – 13:00 ET – for Japan (Japanese)
February 26th – 04:00 ET – for Germany, Austria, Switzerland (German)

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