Google Apps Marketplace – Secure Cloud Bundle Launched

Secure Cloud Bundle Launched on the Google Apps Marketplace

CloudLock, Backupify, and LTech have teamed on introducing the Secure Cloud Bundle on the Google Apps.

The partners say that this collection of products has been designed to enhance data security, backup and IT administration for companies using Google Apps.

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,” said Rob May, CEO and co-founder of Backupify.

Customers have the option of buying the new release from the CloudLock, Backupify and LTech solutions individually.

However, they can save more than 60 percent purchasing the bundle from the Google Apps Marketplace, Google’s online storefront for Google Apps products and services.

CloudLock, Backupify, and LTech are offering the Secure Cloud Bundle for $9 per Google Apps user per year for a limited time for companies with up to 250 employees.

CloudLock if offering several capabilities with The Secure Cloud Bundle including enterprise-class data protection, access controls and security for any organization that aims to retain control of their data while gaining the collaboration and cost-savings benefits of the cloud.

Backupify is offering secure, automatic daily backups for Google Docs and LTech is providing advanced IT management and end-user capabilities for the offering.

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,” said CloudLock co-founder and CEO Gil Zimmermann. “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.”

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.

By Anuradha Shukla

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