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COMMON's 50th Anniversary Conference: A Recap

We were happy to be part of COMMON's 50th Anniversary Conference. GoAnywhere has been attending COMMON for 14 years and was happy to see many familiar faces. The weather in Orlando was beautiful and the conference was well-attended.

For those of you unfamiliar with COMMON, it is the world's largest community of IBM midrange users providing information, education, and networking among users, IBM, and related third-party solution providers. We continue to develop our well-known IBM i products as well as broaden our scope by enhancing products such as GoAnywhere MFT and Crypto Complete.

During the show, we provided demos as well as conducted a survey. According to our results, 44.1% of companies are storing personal identifiable info (e.g. SSNOs, birth dates) "in the clear," 25% are sending sensitive data unencrypted over the internet, and 48.8% of the companies interviewed are sending unencrypted backups off site. If your company is among the percentage who is not securing sensitive data be sure to contact us and we can evaluate which product would most suit your industry needs.

In case you missed it, Debby Gaffney of Fidelity International, was the winner of our prize give-away... an iPAD! We will also be attending COMMON, October 4-6, 2010 in San Antonio Texas. We hope to see you there!

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