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Virtualization Upstart AppSense Unveils R&D Lab, Security App

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Virtualization Upstart AppSense Unveils R&D Lab, Security App
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AppSense, a virtualization vendor that is riding high on the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, has decided that the innovation taking place in its R&D labs is too interesting not to share with the public.

Earlier this week, AppSense unveiled DataLocker, an application that encrypts and decrypts local files on a PC or mobile device before synching them to cloud storage services such as Dropbox. Adding extra security to sensitive data is especially important for companies that allow their employees to use these services but are nervously contemplating the implications of doing so.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Virtualization Upstart AppSense Unveils R&D Lab, Security App – CRN-

   

 

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AppSense AppSense is the global leader in User Environment Management (UEM) with over 3,000 enterprise customers worldwide that have deployed to over 7 million desktops. AppSense DesktopNow and DataNow enable IT teams to deliver the ultimate user experience and productivity across physical and virtual desktops while optimizing security and reducing operational and infrastructure costs. The company is headquartered in Sunnyvale, CA with offices around the world.
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