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Vaultive Announces availability through the Rackspace® Cloud Tools Marketplace

New York, NY –January 22, 2013 — Vaultive, a provider of cloud data encryption solutions designed to maintain the control, security and compliance of data processed by cloud-based services, has joined the Rackspace Cloud Tools program. Vaultive is now included in Rackspace’s comprehensive catalog of innovative, third-party-developed applications that are compatible with The Rackspace Open Cloud. Vaultive’s capabilities that are consistent with the Cloud Security Alliance’s best practices for data ownership and control, delivers a greater set of options for customers to deploy cloud-based services from Rackspace – including email as a service.

The Rackspace Cloud Tools Marketplace is designed to provide over 190,000 Rackspace Cloud customers with a comprehensive catalog of third-party developed applications for management, monitoring, application deployment and security. Vaultive’s persistent encryption capabilities for Exchange servers complement the functionality delivered by the existing Cloud Tools Marketplace ecosystem of solution providers for The Rackspace Open Cloud customers, in areas like cloud server firewalling, governance and automation.

“Rackspace is committed to delivering the most innovative applications, coupled with our Fanatical Support®, to customers from across the cloud ecosystem via our Cloud Tools Marketplace,” said Stephen Salas, cloud market development manager at Rackspace. “Risk-conscious organizations are still wrestling with structural concerns regarding how to control, secure and protect their data. We are pleased to have Vaultive joining the Cloud Tools Marketplace to offer technology that specifically addresses the need for organizations to retain full control of data, while experiencing the true benefits of cloud computing.”

Vaultive’s enterprise-grade cloud data encryption solutions enable customers to encrypt data-at-rest, data-in-transit and data-in-use in the cloud in a format that can be searched, sorted and indexed, while the organization’s IT department retains control of the encryption keys. Vaultive tackles the pivotal issue standing in the way of broader cloud adoption: the requirement for businesses to maintain ownership and control of their data while it is processed by and stored at cloud providers.

Whether the need is driven by concerns about safeguarding intellectual property, meeting compliance requirements for encrypting data at rest, maintaining data residency or increasingly navigating the ambiguity of legal protections for data in the cloud, these organizations see the need to independently retain ownership and control of their data.
“Rackspace provides exceptional value to organizations of all sizes looking to build tailored computing solutions ranging from Cloud Hosting to Dedicated Hosting to Hybrid Hosting,” said Elad Yoran, CEO of Vaultive. “We are pleased to work with Rackspace to bring the benefits of Vaultive’s technology to Rackspace’s diverse customer base.”

About Vaultive

Vaultive is a provider of cloud data encryption solutions designed to maintain the control, security and compliance of data processed by cloud-based services. Vaultive’s encryption secures data at rest, data in transit and data in use in a format that can be searched, sorted and indexed — while the organization’s IT department retains control of the encryption keys. This addresses the principal business challenges of migrating data to the cloud including data security, regulatory compliance, unauthorized data disclosure and access, and international privacy/ data residency regulations. Optimized for Microsoft® Office 365 Encryption, the Vaultive platform supports best practices for the control and ownership of corporate data in the cloud. Vaultive has raised more than $10 million from leading venture capital firms .406 Ventures, New Science Partners, Harmony Partners and Security Growth Partners.

For more information, visit http://www.vaultive.com<;http://www.vaultive.com&gt; or follow us
on Twitter at https://twitter.com/vaultive.

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