Distribution of content also entails portable devices, i.e. USB Flash Drive

9 02 2008


As a duplicator we get many different request(s) and manufactures are always on the look out for new markets. Supporting their VAR Channel Market first of course.

Microboards, Minneapolis, MN takes a page out of the NEC Sales Manual. Pricing and Availability April 2008. Create the demand prior to shipment and pre-sell everything. With the explosive use of USBs which at times can envy James Bond. MB looks to catapult themselves ahead in this potential market. But what about security of the data?

Welcome in IronKey, what I like is the companies path of
first standardizing your portable media, then secure it. Many CIOs get a rude awakening when they see 5 different types of portable media carrying a companies{or some case personal} information, knowing full well (2) of those units have only the protection of someones pocket.

2008 is the year of mobility, atleast for us. Wireless Virtual World is upon us. Hopefully in the coming months some core issues of mobile work force or working from “any location” can make great strides in the work place. Old school sometimes has this brick and mortor it just cannot shake. The real problem is the people, who can and who cannot.

Flash drives have attacted themselves. We have gone from transfering data between units, too online access. Truthfully I prefer online access, my dream situation:

Lake Winnebago, Wis – Western shore line, late May. Wife hunting her bluegil or perch while I look for Walleye. Notebook, Wireless, SmartPhone just off shore from a bar/grill that is actually a “Hot Spot” for more than
fish. Camera on the Notebook, SmartPhone, heck Camera is in the boat just haven’t figured how to relay the signals and go live.


Fishing Camera

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