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Cloud Communications Week In Review

May 24, 2014
By Jonathan Keane
Contributing Writer

We saw a lot of new products and services launched this week so we’ve picked out the very best headlines for our week in review.

Cloud security firm Dome9 (News - Alert) Security, this week, was named a “Cool Vendor in Security for Technology and Service Providers, 2014” by Gartner, thanks to its solutions, which it claims makes cloud security stack more manageable and secures cloud servers, protecting you from hackers.

“Our diversified Agent-based and Agentless security enforcement platform is proving to be extremely attractive to enterprise CIOs tasked with securing a growing list of private and public cloud infrastructure assets,” said Zohar Alon (News - Alert), Dome9’s CEO and co-founder, who welcomed the accolade from Gartner.

Enterprise software developer Extenua announced that its Cloud2Drive software is now fully available.  Federico Simonetti, CTO Extenua said that Cloud2Drive makes shared cloud storage access simple, secure and aggregated. “We are applying unique technology to allow enterprises, large and small, to take advantage of the flexibility and cost savings that cloud storage offers, so that they can fully leverage their data assets regardless of location,” he said.

In similar news of expanding products, FiberCloud, announced the expansion of its Software-as-a-Service offerings with its FiberCloud File Sharing, a file sharing and synchronization solution for accessing and sharing data across different systems. Features include end-to-end data encryption, secure file sharing, company management and control, along with the remote wiping of lost or stolen devices.

Veeva Systems announced Veeva Align this week at the company’s Commercial Summit event. The cloud solution ensures that resources in a company are directed where they are most needed. The company hopes to release Veeva Align in early or mid-2015. “Life sciences organizations often struggle to efficiently answer questions about which customers they are targeting and what resources should be allocated in a particular territory,” said Brian Longo, Veeva's general manager of commercial products. “Veeva Align helps answer these critical resource alignment questions and quickly implement the changes to help companies leverage their resources more effectively.”

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