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Companies Set To Release First Google Apps Security Bundle Tomorrow

Collection of products that enhance data security, backup, and IT administration for companies using Google Apps

WALTHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--CloudLock, Backupify, and LTech today launched the Secure Cloud Bundle, a collection of products that enhance data security, backup and IT administration for companies using Google Apps™. Customers will save over 60 percent purchasing the bundle from the Google Apps Marketplace™, Google’s online storefront for Google Apps products and services, rather than purchasing the CloudLock, Backupify and LTech solutions individually. The Secure Cloud Bundle is being offered for $9 per Google Apps user per year for a limited time for companies with up to 250 employees.

As more and more small businesses embrace Google Apps, IT administrators are looking to build on and customize Google Apps' security features. Third-party applications in the Google Apps Marketplace empower organizations to do just that. With 1-click install and single-sign shared by all Marketplace apps, CloudLock, Backupify and LTech make it easy for organizations to extend the security capabilities of Google Apps.

“We believe in Google Apps Marketplace’s potential to become a game changer for companies looking to extend the capabilities of Google Apps,” said CloudLock Co-Founder and CEO Gil Zimmermann. “In creating this bundle, we wanted to find companies that shared our enthusiasm for the Marketplace and offered extended security capabilities for Google Apps admins. Backupify and LTech exemplified this description and we are excited to partner with them to help companies bring their Google Apps implementations to the next level.”

The Secure Cloud Bundle includes the following:

CloudLock - enterprise-class data protection, access controls and security for any organization looking to retain control of their data while gaining the collaboration and cost-savings benefits of the cloud Backupify - secure, automatic daily backups for Google Docs. Backupify provides the peace of mind IT administrators need knowing their data will always be available LTech - advanced IT management and end-user capabilities including macros, user templates and email monitoring

“In addition to the backup, archiving and restore services that we provide our Google Apps customers, we strive to provide small business users with access to other valuable resources that will optimize their Google Apps experience,” said Rob May, CEO and Co-Founder of Backupify. “The decision to partner with CloudLock and LTech on this Secure Cloud bundle for the Google Apps Marketplace was a no brainer. The partnership teams three complementary and critical solutions to further enhance the security and functionality of Google Apps for the entire ecosystem.”

“As a Google Apps reseller we look to present our customers with the best products from the apps ecosystem,” said Jack Ryan, Managing Director of LTech. “Backupify and CloudLock represent products that deliver added security and data protection and we are excited on partnering with them to be able offer this product bundle to our current Google Apps customers and through the Marketplace.”


For more information on CloudLock, Backupify and LTech or to purchase the Secure Cloud Bundle, please visit www.securecloudbundle.com or the Google Apps Marketplace.

About the Google Apps Marketplace

The Google Apps Marketplace makes it easy for more than 3 million businesses using Google Apps to discover, purchase and deploy integrated business applications and related professional services. By integrating with user account and application data stored in Google Apps, these cloud applications provide a simpler user experience, increase business efficiency, and reduce administrative overhead. To learn more, visit google.com/appsmarketplace.

About CloudLock

Headquartered in Waltham, Mass., CloudLock is the only company that delivers comprehensive cloud data security solutions for organizations using Google Apps. CloudLock provides the controls and visibility that enable customers to achieve governance, compliance and operational efficiencies, and is available directly from the Google Apps Marketplace. For further information about the company, reseller opportunities or CloudLock, call (781) 996-4332 or visit http://www.cloudlock.com.

About Backupify

Backupify is the leading backup provider for cloud-based data, offering an all-in-one archiving, Search and restore service for the most popular online services including Google Apps, Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Flickr and more. Backupify ensures that users can access and control the data they entrust to these systems and prevents data loss from external threats, user error or service failure. Today over 150,000 users trust Backupify to protect over 1 billion emails, 60 million images and 300 million tweets. Backupify was founded in 2008 and is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. For more information, please visit http://www.backupify.com or follow @Backupify on Twitter.

About LTech

LTech is a leading provider of products and services focused on connecting business to the cloud. LTech’s cloud integration products include Google Docs Backup, Single Sign On and LTech’s Power Panel for Google Apps. LTech also helps enterprises leverage the cloud by providing products, implementation, configuration, and support services. As an early Google Enterprise PartnerTM founded in 2001, LTech has successfully completed dozens of Google Apps deployments spanning hundreds of thousands of users. LTech merged with The Matlen Silver Group Inc., a business and technology solutions company for Fortune 500 companies, in January of 2009. For more information on LTech and its services please visit www.ltech.com, or call 866-583-2473.

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