Simplexo recognised for driving secure search technology to the forefront of cloud computing
Simplexo, a British pioneer of security search technology has been shortlisted in two categories of the SVC awards – Cloud Company of the Year and SaaS Solution of the Year, demonstrating its commitment to driving secure search technology to the forefront of the cloud, virtualisation and storage markets.
Taking place at a gala award ceremony on Thursday 21st November at the prestigious Jumeirah Carlton Tower, in Knightsbridge, London, the SVC awards recognise the achievements of end-users, channel partners and vendors who are powering innovation across the cloud and storage sectors over the past 12 months.
Simplexo technology provides secure universal access to electronic content - whether in the form of documents, emails, corporate systems, databases or web content. The technology is developed entirely in-house and is based on a methodology, which has been successfully deployed in bespoke business solutions for over the last 10 years.
Its recognition at the SVC awards is in light of the launch of SearchYourCloud, a new application that enables people to securely find and access information stored in Dropbox, Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint or Outlook.com with a single search, while also protecting their data and privacy in the cloud.
Simon Bain, founder of Simplexo states that the recognition received in being shortlisted is a testament to the work of Simplexo in bringing the issues of search security to the mainstream of IT security:
“Many people believe that there is a trade off between ease of access to information and security. In reality, finding information from mobile devices has been both extremely convoluted and not secure. We have solved the access and security problem in an easy to use service – SearchYourCloud.
“The Simplexo team has worked long and hard to deliver a remote access solution that does not require users or businesses to compromise productivity, privacy or security and it’s great to receive our efforts being acknowledged.”
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