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MOEITS tightens security with Cryptzone's Secured eCollaboration 5.0

February 24, 2014

Greater user access control combined with granular security at the document library level, are just two benefits realized in less than a month

Cryptzone, the data protection specialists, today confirmed that Midwest Operating Engineers IT Services, Corporation (MOEITS) is the first customer to upgrade to the latest version of its Secured eCollaboration. In just over three weeks, the IT managed services provider confirms it has been able to achieve greater control over user access and heightened security of its document library.

Secured eCollaboration allows MOEITS to minimize its liability, and feel confident that documents are only viewed by their intended audience. Ron Borden, Executive Director for MOEITS, confirms, "Originally, we needed a way for our users to communicate with third party providers, safely and securely. The solution also needed to encompass BYODs, increasingly prevalent in our environment. This latest version of Secured eCollaboration not only allows us to do this, but empowers me to create far more eloquent SharePoint sites than previously, since I have more control over security, than what SharePoint can provide out of the box."

With Secured eCollaboration, MOEITS can provide an additional layer of security it needs for the information stored within its SharePoint environment. Delivering flexibility, Secured eCollaboration allows MOEITS to pick and choose how to secure its myriad of documents - by meta-data, document library, or by keyword. In addition, it includes the ability to send secured email without adding additional Exchange drivers.

Since receiving the 5.0 update, Ron has been impressed by other new features, which he believes provide immense value. Ron adds, "First of all the ability to use a SharePoint search across encrypted documents is huge. Users no longer have to rely on metadata-only searches for encrypted content. I was also happy to see that I now have the option to use forms based authentication. This feature is important for those that are interested in extending ECM or other content to extranets, or anyone who doesn't rely on active directory as their authentication provider in the DMZ."

For more information about Cryptzone, Secured eCollaboration, and it's other solutions visit www.cryptzone.com

Cryptzone will be exhibiting on booth #2137 at Microsoft SharePoint Conference, in Las Vegas, Nevada from March 3-6th 2014.

For more information
Beverley Stonehouse, Head of Marketing & Communications, Cryptzone AB
pr@cryptzone.com
Tel: +44 1252 419990

Press Contact:Dulcie McLerie
Unique Communications
dulcie@uniquecommunications.co.uk
Tel: +44 (0) 2071 838 039 / +44 (0) 7971 458 230

About the Cryptzone Group

The Cryptzone Group is a technology innovator of proactive controls to mitigate IT security risk. Our solutions enable organizations to securely connect, collaborate and comply within the digital workplace, thereby improving document security, access control and compliance auditing capabilities.

Specializing in encryption content security and secure access technologies, Cryptzone designs solutions that are barely visible to users, yet afford powerful security that protects enterprise information assets, corporate applications, and other network resources, including Microsoft SharePoint environments.

Headquartered in Sweden, the company has offices in the USA, UK and mainland Europe, as well as an extensive global partner network. For more information about the company and its solutions, visit www.cryptzone.com.

Cryptzone's share is listed on First North, Sweden, the Nordic alternative market operated by NASDAQ OMX. Certified Adviser is Thenberg & Kinde Fondkommission AB.

About Midwest Operating Engineers IT Services, Corporation

Midwest Operating Engineers IT Services, Corporation (MOEITS) provides IT managed services for one of the largest labor unions in the Midwest - with 250 users, and supporting approximately 27,000 members across Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa.