Zuken to Hold Webinar to Improve Design Data Security


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As companies face tougher and tougher competition, the secrets behind their products’ competitive edge resides in the design IP. But most companies have little or no design data security. And as product design operations become global, IP protection becomes more challenging. Companies with ITAR design content face national security concerns. Enabling design or IP access on an individual or team basis is simply not available in many design environments today.

In line with this, Zuken will be holding a webinar titled “Improve Design Data Security Across Your Enterprise” on October 4, 2017. This webinar will examine the challenges behind design data security and explore some of the solutions available today. Some of the topics will include:

  • a project-oriented design approach;
  • limited user visibility on the library and design level; and,
  • how to physically locate IP.

For more information or to register, click here.

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