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Data Motion, Rain Networks Partner to Protect SMBs

August 26, 2014 - News
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By Claire Cleveland

Business technology provider Rain Networks will sell and integrate Data Motion’s encryption solutions as part of a new agreement.

Data Motion provides compliance-grade encryption services to protect email and files while helping organizations meet compliance and privacy regulations. Rain Networks, a systems integrator, reseller and technical services provider, will sell DataMotion’s solutions through an automated online sales process that the company says ensures seamless transactions and serves as the first step to quick and easy deployment.

“Concerns over data loss have never been more acute, driving demand for solutions, but also spawning a host of new and inexperienced data security vendors in the market. They see the chance to capitalize fast and not worry about the repercussions of failure," said Nathan Ware, president and CTO of Rain Networks. “In contrast, DataMotion has been doing this for more than 15 years, and their services are relied upon by millions of users and they protect companies worldwide. We have intimate knowledge of DataMotion’s solutions, can have a customer up and running fast, and our technical experience allows us to support IT in a way that would otherwise consume a great deal of time and effort."

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