We are super-excited to be making our debut appearance at CeBIT’s Developer World in CeBit and GenuitecHannover, Germany March 16-20. Genuitec team member, Emanuel Darlea, will be there meeting up with enterprise IT technologists to talk about how Secure Delivery Center and MyEclipse can make a difference in their organizations. Here are some highlights:

  • Simplify the method for giving teams the IDEs they need
  • Maintain central control, keeping team tools standardized
  • Prevent unauthorized plugins from tainting the development environment
  • Make tool updates and changes efficient and hassle free

Psst, Emanuel will also be revealing some new, exciting things happening with SDC!  Hint - we are delivering more than just Eclipse-based tooling for development teams. ;-)

Going to CeBIT? Drop by Hall 11, Stand E03 to see Emanuel.  Make sure to ask for our conference floor discount!

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Posted on Feb 25th 2015