Introducing SecureDoc 6.1

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In today’s world, Bring Your Own Device or BYOD has quickly become a reality that organizations have come to expect.  With over 76 per cent of employees using multiple devices, many of which are now owned by the individual not the organization, companies need to ensure that their corporate data is well protected.  The solution for this issue is SecureDoc 6.1. Data Encryption from WinMagic.

SecureDoc places all security-related management under one centralized enterprise server which includes: policies, password rules and the manageability of encryption across Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS platforms.  A single management console now controls desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones with a comprehensive view into the status of all devices.

WinMagic’s SecureDoc Enterprise Server (SES) 6.1 offers organizations total control over their data security environment ensuring maximum security and transparency in regular work flow.  With industry-leading technology like PBConnexTM, Pre-Boot network-based authentication, SecureDoc allows customers to streamline their IT processes and as a result, reduce the total IT cost of ownership by as much as 20 X.

WinMagic’s SecureDoc 6.1 Features:

  • Mobile Device Management across all platforms from a single management console while offering a broad variety of device choices for your employees to use
  • PBConnex pre-boot network authentication leading to significant cost reductions in the total cost of ownership for your IT network
  • FileVault2 management for Mac OS devices or SecureDoc Full Disk Encryption for Mac OS
  • Self Encrypting Drive Support for organizations seeking hardware-based encryption with a need for centralized management

… And much more.

6.1 SecureDoc is available now! For more information click here.

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