Comguard, WinMagic announce SecureDoc 6.1

New features include MDM support for iOS and Android devices

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Comguard, WinMagic announce SecureDoc 6.1 Jayadevan: The new version offers a number of new advantages including the ability to manage all devices across multiple platforms.
By  Stephen McBride Published  December 24, 2012

Dubai-based security VAD Comguard and data security specialist WinMagic today announced the launch of SecureDoc Version 6.1 in the Middle East.

The new version includes the ability to manage multiple devices and platforms - such as desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones - from a single management console via a Web-based interface.

Building on its Full-disk encryption offering, WinMagic has added a number of features to SecureDoc 6.1, including the support for Windows 8, Apple MAC FileVault2 and Mobile Device Management (MDM) support for iOS and Android devices.

"With the growing trend of ‘bring your own device' [BYOD] across organisations, WinMagic wanted to ensure we were providing the tools necessary for our  customers to effectively and easily manage their security strategy in this new day and age, while at the same time offering feature sets that allow them to decrease the total cost of IT network ownership," said George Jason, general manager Middle East at WinMagic.

"WinMagic's strategy has consistently been to offer our customers simple, scalable and cost-efficient solutions and we will continue to do so well into the future,"

"We are happy to introduce version 6.1 of SecureDoc from WinMagic in the Middle East region," said Jayadevan K, senior vice president, Value Business at Comguard.

"The new version of SecureDoc offers a number of new advantages including the ability to manage all devices via a convenient Web-based, user-friendly interface as well as support across multiple platforms and devices."

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