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Enterprise File Sharing and Mobility Leader Vaultize Opens U.S. Headquarters in New York City

NEW YORK, February 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

Abstract: Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS) and Mobility leader Vaultize opens its North America Regional Headquarters in New York City, and hires Steve Lubchansky as Regional Sales Director.

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Enterprise File Sync & Share (EFSS) and Mobility leader Vaultize (http://www.vaultize.com) announced today the opening of its office in New York. The office, located at 100 North Park, Manhattan, will serve as Vaultize's headquarters in North America.

The company has also hired former Citrix executive Steve Lubchansky as Regional Sales Director for North America to drive the regional plans and go-to-market strategy, together with channel partners and alliances in the region.

"As Mobility, consumerization of IT and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trends continue to pervade workplaces, global enterprises dealing with sensitive information are relying on Vaultize to protect, secure, mobilize (for access and file sharing) and track sensitive corporate data on mobile devices and laptops - even while devices are beyond firewall without the need of VPN. Globally, enterprises are extremely satisfied using Vaultize as an integral part of their compliance and mobility strategy", said Anand Kekre, CEO and Co-founder of Vaultize. "As a leading provider of an enterprise-grade unified platform that helps enterprises mitigate risks through complete enterprise control and visibility on the use of unstructured data, Vaultize is committed to serving North American customers, efficiently and responsively. Vaultize will continue to invest in the American market place and remain focused on outpacing the industry in innovation and delivering solutions that meet and exceed the ever-increasing mobile content security and productivity requirements of customers and partners" added Anand. "Vaultize is expanding its operations, in Singapore and UK to grow its presence in  Asia Pacific and European regions respectively."

"We are delighted to welcome Steve to our hi-caliber global Sales team" said Vivek Anand, Vice President - Sales. "Steve brings diverse & rich leadership experience of more than 25 years in managing sales & business management successfully in the region and we look forward to leveraging his expertise in driving the regional market and growth plans," adds Vivek. "Vaultize will be exhibiting in the HIMSS14 Annual Conference & Exhibition in Orlando and this will provide Vaultize an opportunity and a platform to generate awareness of its innovative and ground-breaking technologies with prospects, customers and partners" added Vivek.

 "To be part of this incredible organization in the North America market is a unique opportunity" said Lubchansky. "The need for the Vaultize platform here is accelerating along with the requirements for truly secure enterprise-ready Mobility functionality. I am already working to develop a full service partner ecosystem to deliver our solution to the enterprises in this high growth market and across North America."

About Vaultize:

Vaultize is a privately held company funded by Tata Capital Innovations Fund. Vaultize was awarded the most innovative file sharing platform by business consulting firm Frost & Sullivan. Vaultize has presence in more than 30 countries - including the US, Europe and Asia-Pacific, through its channel network consisting of resellers, distributors, system integrators and MSPs.

Through Vaultize's endpoint encryption, sensitive corporate information remains encrypted on endpoints ensuring protection against unauthorized access and potential data leakage from lost or stolen device. In addition to on-disk protection, Vaultize's patent pending encryption technology used in file sharing, secure access and endpoint backup ensures that the data is encrypted or decrypted only on endpoints - guaranteeing end-to-end protection.

Please visit and meet the Vaultize executives in booth # 7678, HIMMS Annual Conference & Exhibition (February 23-27, 2014), at the Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL.

Frost & Sullivan report is available at http://www.slideshare.net/Vaultize/frost-sullivan-product-innovation-leadership-award-vaultize-oct-2013

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