Everyday File Sharing is Risky Business. Protect what matters. Permanently.

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According to a recent Forrester study*, over 60% of engineering and support teamsregularly use freeware or unsecure email to send files. The use of these technologies puts innovation, customer experience and competitive edge at risk.

Is your company being negatively impacted and you don’t know it?

Join Cheryl McKinnon of Forrester Research and Lee Harrison of Thru for this live one-hour video panel webinar where you will:

*Secure Sharing of Intellectual Property, January 2016: Commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Thru

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