SafeBoot® Positioned in the Leader Quadrant in the “Magic Quadrant for Mobile Data Protection”
- 03 August, 2005 14:45
<p>TPP Group, Australian and New Zealand distributor of SafeBoot reports
that Gartner, Inc., the leading provider of research and analysis on the global information technology industry, has positioned SafeBoot in the “Leader” quadrant in its “Magic Quadrant for Mobile Data Protection, 1H05.” I</p>
<p>According to Gartner Inc., Magic Quadrant leaders are vendors that have products that work well for Gartner clients. They have long-term road maps that match Gartner's vision of the developing needs of buyers in the market. They make their competitors’ sales staff nervous and force competitors’ technical staffs to follow their lead.</p>
<p>In the Magic Quadrant for Mobile Data Protection, 1H05, Gartner states, “Interest in data protection is fueled by liability and privacy concerns. Companies are challenged with new legislation that requires public disclosure in the event of real or suspected mishandling of personally identifiable information.”</p>
<p>“SafeBoot technologies include the SafeBoot P® Management Center™ for managing central deployment, policy management, hot revocation, audit facilities, and safe central recovery; SafeBoot® Device Encryption™ for encrypting laptops, PDAs, PCs, Pocket PCs, and TabletPCs; SafeBoot Content Encryption for encrypting files and folders on local hard disks, file servers and removable media; SafeBoot® Port Control™ for preventing unauthorized access to removable devices for ports on PCs, laptops, and tablet PCs; and, many more solutions and productivity tools designed to secure and manage secured data.</p>
<p>Ced Bradbury CEO of TPP Group says “Many companies in Australia and around the world turn to SafeBoot to help them protect sensitive corporate and private information. SafeBoot is scalable, non-intrusive, and easy for administrators to use and deploy.”</p>
<p>For information regarding SafeBoot contact TPP Group, 02 98992539;
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