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Heading to LA for Microsoft's Worldwide Partner Conference

Posted by Chris Sylvester on Jun 23, 2011 8:33:00 AM

Microsft WPCTownsend Security is heading to LA in July to attend Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC).   Our attendance at the conference will support the release of a new security appliance (coming later this summer) that seamlessly integrates with Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 to manage encryption keys.

While at WPC we will meet with Microsoft Business Partners who focus on selling and supporting Microsoft SQL Server to discuss an exciting revenue generating opportunity. We will introduce the companies to our Microsoft Business Partner Program and show how our new security appliance will help boost new sales and upgrades to SQL Server 2008 R2 and enable Microsoft Business Partners to help their customers comply with PCI-DSS, HIPAA/HITECH and other regulations.

Companies of all sizes feel the increasing pressure to comply with data security requirements and protect sensitive customer information.  We have listened to small and mid-size companies and heard from Microsoft that the biggest challenge these companies face is access to a cost-effective comprehensive solution. 

In August, we will release a hardware security module (HSM) that will enable Microsoft Business Partners to provide their mid-market SQL Server 2008 R2 customers with an external key management appliance that is cost-effective and comprehensive.  The HSM easily integrates with SQL Server 2008 R2 and leverages existing data protection functionality, transparent data encryption (TDE) and extensible key management (EKM).

We want to talk to partners who serve the SQL Server mid-market, so let us know if you are attending WPC this year and would like to schedule a meeting to discuss this opportunity.  If you aren’t going to be at the conference and this sounds like a business objective for your organization, let us know and we will arrange a time to discuss the opportunity in more detail.

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Topics: Microsoft, SQL Server, Worldwide Partner Conference

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