In light of their unique cloud-based delivery of Symantec’s PGP technology, Gradian have been invited by Symantec to their stand at UCISA2013 on 13th March 2013 at the BT Convention Centre in Liverpool.
UCISA (Universities & Colleges Information Systems Association) represents the majority of UK Universities and higher education colleges. They exist to promote best practice within supportive information systems and services underpinning learning, teaching, research and administration for its member organisations. The objective of their annual conference includes the provision of the best value consultancy, these include best of breed technology solutions for laptop encryption.
To better understand the challenges faced by Universities in relation to laptop encryption, click here to read “How Managed Laptop Encryption Services Can Reduce Costs for Universities and Colleges, Simplify Processes and Protect”.
Symantec’s PGP whole disk encryption technology offers ground breaking pre-boot technology offering the guaranteed security of data in situ and laptop encryption. However, traditional delivery methods have capital and operational cost implications for Universities and Colleges. Partnering with Gradian enables Symantec to deliver their PGP laptop encryption solution leveraging unique cloud-based technologies. Gradian’s cloud-based delivery allows customers to completely outsource the management of PGP from their environment by facilitating delivery at the touch of a button.
In order to promote this unique cloud based delivery of data encryption technology, Symantec has invited Gradian to their stand on 13th March. Any member of UCISA wishing to understand the operational and capital cost savings associated with Gradian’s unique delivery can discuss this in greater detail at the Symantec (UK) Ltd stand number 5 or contact Gradian.