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June 20, 2007

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Derek James

On the contrary, GuardianEdge continues to maintain the VA as a very satisfied customer. The VA has successfully implemented the company’s full disk encryption product on tens of thousands of systems to date. Also, to clarify, the company is not having financial difficulties. GuardianEdge is growing revenue at nearly 100 percent YTY, added more than 200 new customers in 2006, and recently raised over $10M in financing.

Stephen Cowen

Hi Michael,

Your mentioned in your message that the cost deal for government agencies should now be great. Can you share what you believe is the costs of these packages. The corporation that I work for pays $50/seat followed by a $10/seat yearly subscription fee. Over the lifetime of a laptop (approx. 4 years) the total cost $80.00. Do you think that in the same range as the government's deal?

Stephen

Stephen Cowen

Hi Michael,

Your mentioned in your message that the cost deal for government agencies should now be great. Can you share what you believe is the costs of these packages. The corporation that I work for pays $50/seat followed by a $10/seat yearly subscription fee. Over the lifetime of a laptop (approx. 4 years) the total cost $80.00. Do you think that in the same range as the government's deal?

Stephen

PHP Encoder

Yes, Stephen, would be great to know!

Agee

I´m using discryptor.net to encrypt my data. It is userfriendly and really fast.

Michael Mongold

Excellent. Thanks for the suggestion about discryptor.net. I'll check it out. Also, Cryptomill is a product that I've used and been pleased with it's intuitive interface. As for a free product, it's hard to beat TrueCrypt.

Secure USB

I visited your blog first time and found it very interesting and useful. Keep up the good work.

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