Are you looking to work in a hot industry for a company that continually innovates and builds deep partnerships with its customers? If so, we’d love to hear from you!
Founded in 2007 in Overland Park, KS, DataLocker has been recognized as a Top 10 small business by the Kansas City Chamber for the past three years. Our mission is simple: protect corporate data wherever it lives. DataLocker develops hardware and software solutions that enable 70 percent of the Fortune 100 companies to protect and centrally manage data on remote devices.
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Company Core Values
Relationships, not just transactions
We believe that the interactions we have with our co-workers, partners, and even clients should be more than just simple transactions but should help build our relationships.
We do more with less
We find it both challenging and rewarding to embrace resourceful methods and perspectives in everything we do.
We’re not afraid to punch above our weight
No matter how big the challenge or how often we’re told “you shouldn’t be able to accomplish ______” we’re not afraid to rise to the challenge at hand, whatever that might be!
We’re always willing to pitch in
We fully believe that success is something that is accomplished together (even if it sometimes includes activities that are “outside of your job description”).
The fast lane for opportunity is always open
If you’ve got the drive to pursue excellence for both yourself and the company, we’re committed to always keeping an opportunity open for you to keep growing and advancing.
Have fun, work hard, play hard
We know that taking on challenges is hard work, and we’re all-in when it comes to working hard. However, we’re also all-in when it comes time to rest and celebrate, whether that’s at work during a group activity, or spending time with your family and loved ones outside of work time.