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Kingston Makes Improvements to Ironkey D300 Flash Drives

Kingston Digital Inc, the owner of the Ironkey range, have added several new features and improvements to their D300 encrypted flash drives. The aim of these updates is to make device management easier as well as improve security. The new D300S features anti-keylogging features and easier tracking via a unique serial number. The award-winning Ironkey […]

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Ironkey Encrypted USBs Win Award for Best Security Hardware Innovation

Recently, Kingston Digital Europe Co LLP was selected as the winner of a digital innovation award at the CIS 50 conference in Dubai. This award was given to Kingston due to the innovation shown in the development of their encrypted flash drives, known as the Ironkey range. Ironkey was bought by Kingston in 2016. Since then, […]

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Now Available: The IronKey Workspace W200

Just last week, IronKey unveiled the Workspace W200, which is the brand’s most affordable Windows to Go USB drive yet. It’s a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Windows To Go device that’s highly secure, easy to use, and features a lightweight but robust design. The W200 is top-notch performance-wise, as it boasts of maximum read speeds of […]

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Now Available: The High-Security IronKey H350 USB 3.0

Just this June, Imation has announced the release of the high-security and high-performance IronKey H350. It’s the only USB 3.0 hard drive currently available in the market to achieve FIPS 140-2 Level 3 validation, meeting the most stringent 256-bit encryption requirements mandated for government agencies, defense contractors, financial services, and healthcare. The aforementioned agencies and […]

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Resellers had hand in pushing IronKey’s Windows To Go towards VDI

Sometimes resellers know best, as Imation’s Sven Radavics now knows. It was resellers who changed the way Imation looked at its IronKey Windows To Go devices as complementary rather than competitive to virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI). “When we started down this path and committed to the Windows To Go market and Microsoft technology, we spent […]

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IronKey USBs protect against BadUSB malware

Imation has announced its IronKey Secure USB devices are not vulnerable to BadUSB malware, the first USB malware designed to attack the device itself instead of attacking the data on the device. IronKey’s use of digital signatures in all controller firmware, makes its products immune to this new threat, the company said. What is BadUSB […]

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Imation releases IronKey Workspace W700 for Windows To Go

Joining the W300 and W500, Imation has released the IronKey Workspace W700 USB drive for Windows To Go. Similar to its siblings, the W700 features FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification, which is a requirement for civilian and military U.S. federal agencies. Windows To Go is an enterprise feature of Windows 8.1 that lets people be productive […]

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Imation Revamps IronKey Channel Program

Imation Corp. has announced that it has revamped its IronKey channel program for the Americas to better support its partners. The new program, which consists of Platinum, Gold and Silver levels, will enable security resellers and Microsoft certified partners to more easily and profitably sell the family of IronKey Workspace PC on a Stick products […]

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Imation stock down, but CEO expects to rebound

Although Imation’s stock fell 2.02% to $3.40 on June 12 and is down since the beginning of the year, the CEO is expecting a turnaround soon. “Performance in our Consumer Storage and Accessories segment came in stronger than anticipated, with our Tiered Storage and Security Solutions segment a bit soft,” CEO Mark Lucas said in […]

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IronKey Workspace W700 wins award

Imation Corp . has announced that IronKey Workspace W700 won a Best of TechEd award in the Hardware category. Penton’s Best of TechEd awards, co-sponsored by Microsoft and Windows IT Pro, recognize Microsoft partners that offer innovative products and services for the industry. Microsoft announced the winners at the Microsoft TechEd North America 2014 conference […]

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