|By Business Wire||
|April 23, 2014 08:32 AM EDT||
Rand Worldwide (OTCBB: RWWI), a global leader in providing technology solutions to organizations with engineering design and information technology requirements, today announced that its Rand Secure Data division will have a substantial presence at the Enterprise Data World Conference in Austin, Texas. The company will be presenting and exhibiting its comprehensive data governance solutions at the conference, which will be held at the Renaissance Austin Hotel from April 27 – May 1, 2014.
On Tuesday, April 29, at 2:15 PM, Rand Secure Data will present, “Data Governance: Bridging the Gap between IT and the Rest of the Business.” The session will be presented by Charles Lafleur, vice president of enterprise applications at Rand Secure Data, and will highlight the key areas every organization must focus on to ensure a successful data governance program.
For more information or executive media interviews on Rand Secure Data’s approach to data governance and how to ensure that data is accessible, recoverable and defensible through implementing comprehensive archiving, backup and eDiscovery, visit Rand Secure Data at booth #44 at Enterprise Data World or online at www.randsecuredata.com.
About Rand Secure Data
Rand Secure Data, a division of Rand Worldwide (OTCBB: RWWI), is a leading provider of data governance solutions that combine ultra-security and high-performance with simplicity, accessibility and affordability. Rand Secure Data offers industry leading data archiving, email archiving, backup and eDiscovery solutions that allow companies to simplify IT strategies, lower overall costs and free up resources without having to make any sacrifices in terms of functionality, security or control.
As a division of Rand Worldwide, one of the world’s leading professional services and technology companies for the engineering community, Rand Secure Data has more than 30 years of experience developing and delivering technology solutions to customers and has offices throughout the United States and Canada.
Any and all trademarks making reference to or related to Rand Worldwide, IMAGINiT Technologies, ASCENT, Rand Secure Data, or IMAGINiT Clarity, are registered and/or owned by Rand Worldwide, Inc., and/or its subsidiaries, affiliates, and/or other legal holders.
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