Ruggedly Secure

The need for data encryption and security is prevalent everywhere, especially for those in the field services or other vertical markets. Today we jointly announced with Motion Computing a new partnership where Motion is now providing SecureDoc as a pre-installed option on their Motion R12 Tablets.

For customers that purchase the Motion R12 tablet, they’ll received a standalone version of SecureDoc pre-installed on the platform, allowing them to easily encrypt their devices and protect confidential business and customer information. In addition, if customers require the ability to centrally manage their encryption solution, they can do so seamlessly by upgrading to SecureDoc Enterprise edition to optimize their security infrastructure.

The R12 is the first of Motion’s products that will include SecureDoc embedded on the device, offering Full Volume Encryption (FVE), touch-enabled pre-boot authentication, self-help password recovery, Windows 8.1 encrypted refresh and reset and more.

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