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Secret Server at FOSE 2008

Jonathan, Dan, Ken and Kevin, Eddie (absent today) We took the Secret Server booth to the FOSE 2008 Conference this week.  FOSE is the largest IT event for US Government.  It wasn’t really a very long trip for us … about 12 blocks east from our offices in Dupont Circle in Washington DC to the DC Convention Center. 🙂

This was a very different conference for us since the audience varied widely in their roles compared to a conference such as Microsoft TechEd.  We met lots of IT managers and also our core audience of System Administrators and Network Administrators.  If you have an Excel spreadsheet of passwords that you share across your team … then Secret Server is a no brainer for you.

My favorite part of tradeshows is hearing where your product falls short and learning to better understand your customer’s needs.  Secret Server has come a long way in the last year and most the requests we heard were already met within the product.

The next stop for the Secret Server booth will be the Microsoft TechEd 2008 Conference (IT Pro week) in Orlando, Florida in June.  If you are going, please stop by our booth to say hi.


Jonathan Cogley is the CEO and founder of Thycotic Software, a .NET consulting company and ISV in Washington DC.  Our product, Secret Server is a enterprise password manager system for teams to secure their passwords.  Is your team still storing passwords in Excel?

  1. vcsjones
    April 5, 2008 at 4:49 pm

    Can you please photoshop that guy on the far right out? :-).

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