The Online Evolution – WinMagic.com 3.0

A new year beckons and our new fiscal year is in full swing. With the change in year, comes a refresh of WinMagic.com. We’ve been working like crazy to update our Web site and make it easier for you, humble reader, to find what you need when seeking information on WinMagic’s full-disk encryption offerings.

Today we’ve formally launched the re-vamped WinMagic.com – which we’ve been referring to internally as WinMagic.com 3.0. We’ve gone through many revisions in the past decade and a half, but this is probably the most dramatic change we’ve ever made. What you’ll find now is better navigation, clearer language and, overall, much better aesthetics.

Everything is more simplified, clear and concise. We pride ourselves on how SecureDoc offers cost and time savings for IT administrators all the time, but our old, complex and cluttered Web site really contradicted that efficiency message. Not any longer.

You’ll now see bold colors, clean and uncluttered design helping you find what you need more quickly and in simpler language. Our goal with the new Web site was to not just get up to speed with the 21st century of Web design, but to also change how we talk to our existing and potential customers.

But don’t take my word for it, please go experience it yourself at www.winmagic.com!

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