Press Release

Druva Wins Information Age 2012 Innovation Award

Readers Select Druva’s InSync Cloud Data Protection Solution as Best In Cloud-Computing Field

Mountain View, Calif. – April 19, 2012

Druva, a pioneer in secure, non-intrusive endpoint protection and availability solutions for the enterprise, today announced it has won the Innovation Award in the Cloud Computing category from Information Age, the U.K.’s leading IT B2B monthly magazine. These awards, which are voted on by the publication’s readers, celebrate cutting-edge software and services that have generated significant and sustainable business value.

“Being singled out by readers as the most innovative cloud computing solution is a double honor,” said Jaspreet Singh, CEO of Druva. “Since the judges of this award are the users of IT solutions, their endorsement proves that our product truly meets their needs and we thank the readers for their acceptance.”

Druva’s inSync Cloud solution is optimal for any enterprise-wide deployments that require automatic mass deployment to global laptops, central management of policies and data across multiple regions, and high availability, with 99.5% uptime and 99.99999% durability. Administrators can instantly provision inSync Cloud across multiple global regions and manage users’ data from a single Web console. Other benefits include an elastic cloud architecture that delivers higher availability through replication of instances across zones and on-demand storage expansion that enables enterprises to expand storage capacity and user numbers globally, with no limits. In addition, Safepoint for inSync Cloud provides a data loss prevention add-on module with data encryption, device geo-location and auto/remote data wipe features to protect laptop data.

For the 2012 Innovation Awards, Information Age received entries in the categories of Cloud Computing, Communications and Networking, IT Services, Data Centres, Green IT, Information Management, and Security. Readers viewed and voted on video submissions from the shortlisted companies to determine which products, projects or services they considered to be the most innovative.

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Information Age delivers news, analysis and insight for IT and business leaders. It has become a specialist in creating trusted environments to connect business with providers of information technology products and services – in print, online, and in person. In 2009, Information Age launched its Innovation Awards to highlight some of the more innovative uses of technology developed by suppliers. Since then, thousands of visitors to have voted on video submissions from shortlisted companies, with the awards going to those products, projects or services that readers consider to be the most innovative.