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Symplified And Qubera Partner On Identity Management For Cloud, SaaS And Mobile Apps

Qubera Solutions will provide Symplified solutions to customers that need to unify IAM for premises-based, cloud, and mobile applications

BOULDER, Colo., May 30, 2012 - Symplified®, the Cloud Identity Company, today announced a partnership with Qubera Solutions, a boutique systems integrator focused on delivering identity and access management (IAM) solutions to customers across a wide range of vertical markets. Under the agreement, Qubera Solutions will provide Symplified solutions to customers that need to unify IAM for premises-based, cloud and mobile applications. Qubera Solutions will design and deploy tailored solutions based on the Symplified service.

"Customers need to adapt identity and access management security to cloud applications and infrastructure services, as well as to mobile access devices," said Prasad Jayaraman, President and CEO of Qubera Solutions. "We partnered with Symplified because they provide a comprehensive, cloud-native identity management solution that spans the enterprise, the cloud and mobile devices. What we like best is Symplified unifies access management, federated single sign-on, auditing and user management in one platform."

"Qubera Solutions has deep domain expertise in identity and access management, and understands the security and audit challenges organizations face with managing identities across multiple cloud applications," said Eric Olden, CEO and founder of Symplified. "We are pleased that Qubera Solutions has joined our select group of partners. They have the right skill set and experience to deliver complete solutions that solve cloud, mobile and on-premises identity management problems."

About Qubera Solutions

Qubera Solutions is a boutique systems integrator delivering value-driven consulting and technology solutions. Qubera Solutions provides subject matter expertise in User Provisioning, Web Access Management, Federation, Role Lifecycle Management and Access Certifications, Directory Services, Identity and Access Governance, Enterprise Application Integration and Enterprise Portals. With over 50 years of combined experience in Information Security, Qubera Solutions has delivered over 200 engagements worldwide. Their Rapid Engagement Model (REM) allows them to meet critical timelines and deliver quick ROI to business stakeholders. Qubera Solutions is headquartered in Santa Clara, California with offices in the UK and India. For more information, visit www.quberasolutions.com.

About Symplified | The Cloud Identity Company

Symplified provides seamless identity and access management (IAM) across cloud, web and mobile apps used by employees, partners and customers. The Symplified service and its Trust Fabric® App Store unifies access management, federated single sign-on, auditing and user management across any access device. It can be delivered securely either on-premises or across its unique Cloud Fabric® deployment platform via the Symplified Trust CloudT which is hosted on the global, massively scalable Amazon Web Services infrastructure. The Symplified Structure platform enables cloud service providers to seamlessly integrate IAM capabilities across their suite of cloud services without the need for infrastructure investments. The company has been recognized by the Wall Street Journal, CRN, Network World, RSA conference, SINET 16, AlwaysOn 100 and others for its innovations. The Symplified management team created web access management market originator Securant and the ClearTrust product, which was acquired by RSA Security. The company has received financing from Allegis Capital, Granite Ventures, Ignition Partners and Quest Software. Symplified is headquartered in Boulder, Colo. Visit us on the web at www.symplified.com.

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