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CSS provider SilverSky partners with Microsoft
NEW YORK (3/17/14)--SilverSky, a provider of cloud-based managed security solutions, has partnered with Microsoft Corp. to become an Office 365 syndication partner.
SilverSky is a CUNA Strategic Services alliance provider.
"As a Microsoft syndication partner, we look forward to taking our established, trusted service relationships with our customers to the next level--packaging Office 365 with a comprehensive email protection solution to deliver the applications customers want and the security they need," said Tim Harvey, SilverSky CEO.
SilverSky offers Microsoft Office 365 desktop software and cloud services together as a complete enterprise solution: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote are fully integrated with professional email and calendars, unlimited online meetings and webinars, high-definition videoconferencing, instant messaging and file sharing. Customers across highly regulated industries such as financial services and retail can work from anywhere, on any device, with the support of security and protection services.
With the addition of customized packages for financial services, SilverSky builds on Office 365's security and compliance features. Microsoft Office 365 offers built-in capabilities ranging from physical security to encryption at rest and customer controls ranging from e-discovery, archiving and auditing to encryption and data-loss prevention. SilverSky supports industry-specific security needs by including pre-loaded email security policy engines and quick-start packs.
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