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Data Protector for Pocket PC
Posted on 30-Jul-2004 21:07. | Tags Filed under: Software.

Data Protector for Pocket PC
Employees are carrying valuable documents, spreadsheets, and other files whose content represents time, money, a competitive advantage, a marketing strategy, or in some cases, national security.

Your Pocket PC doesn't have to be lost or stolen in order for the contents of the files you store on your device to become public knowledge. Today's devices, and therefore their data, can be accessed via Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, CDMA, GPRS, not to mention ActiveSync. With so many open doorways leading to your data, now is the time to encrypt and password protect your private documents with Data Protector 1.1.

Securing your important files is easy with Data Protector. The first step is to create 128-bit encrypted Secure Storage with a strong alphanumeric password.

Check files in, check files out. It's that simple. Once you've checked a file into Secure Storage, it disappears from view. Check in as many as you like, you're only limited by device memory. When you're ready to use a file again, check it out, and it becomes visible in the folder of your choice. Any kind of file is a candidate for security including: Word documents, Bitmap images, Excel spreadsheets, Powerpoint presentations, Text files, Pocket Notes, Jpeg images, Web pages, E-Books, MP3 files, and many more...

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