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BitTitan and Vaultive Announce Office 365 Data Encryption at WPC 2014

Strategic Partnership Makes Enterprise-Class Technology Accessible to SMBs via the Cloud

WASHINGTON, DC -- (Marketwired) -- 07/14/14 -- Microsoft® Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), booth #1707 - BitTitan, the IT change automation expert for cloud-based migration and onboarding, today at WPC 2014 announces a partnership with data encryption company Vaultive, whose solutions enable businesses to maintain ownership and control of their data in the cloud. This partnership makes enterprise-class data encryption for Microsoft Office 365™ available as a cloud-based service to small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) via BitTitan Data Encryption offering.

To reduce their on-site infrastructure needs and increase information accessibility and uptime, SMBs are increasingly moving to the cloud, including Office 365. However, the move to the cloud is often at the expense of the company maintaining exclusive control of data, making it accessible to the outside world. This partnership adds an extra, critical layer of protection to a company's Office 365 data. Data is encrypted before it goes to the cloud and stays encrypted while in transit, in use, and at rest, providing end-to-end security. The encryption keys are separated from the encrypted data, preventing unauthorized access.

This partnership enables Vaultive's encryption-in-use technology to be implemented through BitTitan's cloud-based automated processes and services. BitTitan's Data Encryption will be available as a service, eliminating the need for on-premise servers, reducing management, maintenance and extra support needs, making it affordable for SMBs.

"Our partnership with Vaultive gives small and mid-sized businesses peace of mind when moving to the cloud and puts them back in control of their data," said Geeman Yip, BitTitan CEO. "Because the service is fully automated and doesn't require any additional infrastructure and management, it is the right solution for SMBs' needs."

"For any company that's moving to the cloud, data control is just as high of a priority as the cloud's flexibility and cost savings," said Elad Yoran, Vaultive CEO. "By implementing our enterprise technology through BitTitan's IT automation solutions, we're giving SMBs easy access to higher levels of control and security so they don't have to think twice about moving to Office 365."

The service will be on display at WPC at BitTitan's booth #1707. Attendees can learn more during a joint happy hour presentation at WPC on July 14th and 15th at 4:40PM at BitTitan's booth. For more information, visit www.bittitan.com/dataencryption.

The service is now available in a pilot program. To apply for the program, visit http://www.bittitan.com/dataencryption.

About BitTitan:

BitTitan is the IT change automation expert that delivers end-to-end solutions for migration and onboarding challenges. Unlike competitive solutions, BitTitan removes barriers to change, including complexity, risk, cost and time constraints. With IT change automation, users can be current, have a choice, maintain control and eliminate chaos. Its globally recognized products, MigrationWiz™, UserActivation™ and SmtpLogic™, deliver tailored solutions for today's challenges, such as Office 365 onboarding and email migration. The credible, safe and trusted choice for both direct and partner channels, BitTitan has migrated more than 1.5 million mailboxes to the cloud in more than 100 countries. For more information, visit www.BitTitan.com.

About Vaultive

For businesses moving to the cloud, Vaultive's encryption in use technology mitigates risk by empowering companies with control and ownership of their data wherever it resides. Vaultive's customers hold the encryption keys, letting them retain the freedom to use the cloud applications professionals rely on, while ensuring the governance and security that the business demands. Optimized for Microsoft® Office 365 and integrated with major cloud applications, the Vaultive platform supports best practices for the control and ownership of corporate data in the cloud as outlined by the Cloud Security Alliance. Vaultive addresses the requirements of global enterprises in financial services, life sciences and pharma, legal and professional services, manufacturing, retail and media, while also offering a cost-effective solution for mid-size and smaller companies. For more information, visit www.vaultive.com or follow us on Twitter.

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