Getac partners with Trivalent
Written by: Philip Mason | Published:

Ruggedised device manufacturer Getac has formed a partnership with data protection services provider Trivalent. The aim of the collaboration, according to Getac, is to “deliver seamless and robust next-generation data protection for the first time on rugged computing devices.”

Speaking of the partnership, vice president of Getac’s global sales and business development centre Rowina Lee said: “Getac’s partnership with Trivalent further differentiates our rugged devices and our commitment to customer safety and security in a highly competitive marketplace. Getac devices will be the first in the rugged industry to offer next-generation data protection, providing the most secure platform for our customers.”

Ermis Sfakiyanudis, co-founder and CEO of Trivalent said: “Getac’s customer base work in fields that generate classified information, and need a secure environment to create and share this content. Trivalent’s proven encryption and shredding approach delivers an optimal solution with secure storage on the device or in the cloud to meet diverse business and government requirements.”

Getac notebooks, tablets and handheld devices are used in a variety of high-impact sectors including military, healthcare, field services, and law enforcement.


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