We received a “Qual (pre-release) SDP” from Intel last week. Basically, an SDP (Software Development Platform) is pre-released hardware intended for ISVs (Independent Software Vendors) like WinMagic to develop and test software against the latest Intel chip sets, even before pre-release platforms are available from the PC OEMs (for example HP, Lenovo, Dell, …). Our QA department was keen to get its hands on the Qual unit to test SecureDoc’s support for Intel AT 5.0 that comes with these new units. Our Development team had previously implemented support for Intel Anti-theft (AT) 5.0 on an “alpha” version of an SDP but those are not suitable for QA.
In a previous post, Rethinking Data Security in the Public Cloud, I alluded to a Private Cloud management post. So in spirit of SecureDoc Version 6.1—let’s talk Private Cloud (or #PrivateCloud to all of you Twitter geeks like me).
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.