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"We’re located between the bullet proof vests and the air conditioners"

March 13, 2009 Leave a comment

Secret Server at FOSE tradeshow

March 13th 2009 | Jonathan Cogley & Dan Parker

Thycotic showcased its password management software at FOSE 2009 this week, the largest IT event for US Government.  This is our second year attending the event and we’ve enjoyed demonstrating Secret Server to the various State and Federal government departments.

We’ve grown tremendously in the last year and FOSE has proven to be a great venue for us in terms of understanding the ever-evolving information security requirements of the government.  There’s no better way to understand your audience than to speak with them face-to-face. The feedback we received from FOSE and other tradeshows is vital to our success.

As for a general observation of the show, we’ve seen everything from air conditioners to 3-D video conferencing.  FOSE is a fun atmosphere with some of the latest technological breakthroughs.  If you didn’t make it to FOSE this week, hopefully you can come by our booth when we are at Microsoft TechEd in Los Angeles on May 11th-15th.

Thycotic’s Booth at FOSE 2009:

Secret Server booth

Jonathan Cogley is the founder and CEO of Thycotic Software. Test Driven Development (TDD) is the cornerstone of the Thycotic approach to software development and the company is committed to innovate TDD on the Microsoft .NET platform with new techniques and tools. Jonathan is an active member in the developer community and speaks regularly at various .NET User Groups, conferences and code camps across the US. Jonathan is recognized by Microsoft as an MVP for C# and has also been invited to join the select group of the ASPInsiders who have interactions with the product teams at Microsoft.