IP-guard Stood Out at ITpro EXPO 2010 in Tokyo

Top Quote IP-guard caught Japanese visitors' eyes and aroused their strong interest at ITpro EXPO 2010 in Tokyo, Japan. Powerful features, new package design and outstanding stand design surprised Japanese visitors and gave them the confidence to get a grip on computer and data use. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) November 05, 2010 - On October 17-22, IP-guard showed up at Gitex 2010 in Dubai. Meanwhile, on October 18-20 in Japan, IP-guard successfully attracted a lot of visitors' attention at ITpro EXPO 2010). They were supervisors, managers and decision makers.

    It was the second time that IP-guard took part in ITpro EXPO. Same as last year, Japanese companies liked IP-guard for its modular design and powerful functions. Many visitors attended IP-guard presentation to learn more about IP-guard. This year, IP-guard added a lot of new elements to this exhibition. Firstly, the latest module, IP-guard File Encryption Module, come to light in Japan. This indicated that Japanese users and customers could purchase the File Encryption Module in the coming months. This new module can transparently encrypt and decrypt the data stored on authorized computers and control the file operations like print screen, copy, paste, and print. It can strictly control file use and effectively prevent data leaks. Secondly, TEC Solutions Limited Japan Office specially designed a bunch of cartoon characters to express the importance of data management, why do companies need a monitoring program to monitor the computer use and what they can benefit from the PC controlling. The dramatic and lovely design was highly appreciated by Japanese visitors. They expressed that it was an excellent way to show the distinctive features of IP-guard.

    Like the situation at Gitex 2010, data loss prevention was the major concern for companies of all sizes. Therefore, the modules which were relative to data loss prevention were rather popular in Japan. It was a global trend that every company wanted to secure its digital data stored on insecure media or transferred via the Internet, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth. Having 15 modules together, IP-guard was the ideal choice for companies, which wanted to manage the computer and protect the data at rest, in use and in motion.

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