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CertainSafe® Announces "SecurePlus" Partner Program to Strengthen Sales and Service of Its Cloud Sharing and Security Solution

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- CertainSafe, making the world safer one byte at a time, will debut a new reseller program August 1 to attract U.S. dealers and VARs to its award-winning cloud-based file sharing and storage solution. Called the SecurePlus Partner Program, with the accompanying tagline "Securing Your Data, One Byte at a time," strategic partners can get easier and more transparent access to the CertainSafe solution.

CertainSafe is the only cloud file sharing service to offer PCI Level 1 DSS Certified data storage. CertainSafe users can store HIPAA, PCI, PFI, PHI, PII as well as other types of sensitive data requiring compliance. The CertainSafe advantage comes from its proprietary MicroEncryption technology that uses MicroTokenization® to encrypt each file individually down to the byte level, something no other file sharing service can provide. This all but prevents the mass data breaches that can cripple a company.

SecurePlus will have three tiers – Registered, Gold, and Platinum -- based on a partner's combined quarterly purchases from the company's solutions. For each tier, CertainSafe will offer partner discounts, and additional marketing programs and services such as Small-to-Medium Business (SMB) product trials, free solution design assistance, 15-day price protection and more. SecurePlus partners at the top two levels will also have access to a dedicated sales team.

"We designed this process to bring our partners better service, more gross revenue and larger margins," said Steven Russo, Executive Vice President for CertainSafe.  "The customer signs up on our site; and after each monthly payment, we distribute commissions based on purchase history and determine the partner level achieved."

CertainSafe customers also benefit because both its technology and servers are owned and maintained in-house and not outsourced like many other major cloud-based vendors. This practice ensures the unparalleled levels of security and reliability that CertainSafe has become known for.

CertainSafe has recently been recognized through numerous awards including the PCMag Editors' Choice Award, as well as being named a finalist for the American Business Awards.

Partners can register for SecurePlus at https://www.certainsafe.com/industries-served/secureplus-partner-program/

About CertainSafe

CertainSafe's mission is to make the world safer, one byte at a time. Through their award-winning and proprietary MicroTokenization® technology, file sharing and data storage is made secure from breaches. CertainSafe's PCI Level 1 DSS Certification separates them from all others in the file sharing and collaboration marketplace and means all CertainSafe users can store HIPAA, PCI, PFI, PHI, PII as well as other types of sensitive data requiring compliance. Don't trust your data to any other file sharing service. CertainSafe provides a 100% money back guarantee. Visit us at www.certainsafe.com.

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