Tek Webinar 2

Live Webinar - The Future of Scope Data Collaboration with TekDrive

Published: 26th August 2021


The Future of Scope Data Collaboration with TekDrive

Wednesday, Sept 1st
7:00 PM (BST)

TekDrive, a collaborative T&M data workspace, allows users to upload, store, organize, search, download, and share any file type from any connected device.

TekDrive is natively integrated on many scope models (including 5/6 Series) for seamless sharing and recalling of files – no USB stick required. Analyze and explore standard files, like *.wfm, *.isf, *.tss, and *.csv, directly in a browser with buttery-smooth interactive waveform explorer views.

During the session, Product Marketing Manager, Rick Kuhlman will share customer stories, lots of demos, and a few slides to show how TekDrive is more convenient, efficient, secure, and useful than old ways of sharing scope data.

What You Will Learn:

  • What is TekDrive?
  • How TekDrive works
  • How TekDrive enables sharing and collaboration


Rick Kuhlman
Product Manager

Rick Kuhlman is a product manager at Tektronix with industry experience in test and measurement, cloud services, and SaaS.

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