FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Microsoft Inspire Partner Event
Costa Mesa, CA. — July 17th, 2017— Active Cypher, the new standard in file encryption presented its file encryption solution at the Microsoft Inspire Partner Event in WA, D.C. The reaction was overwhelming for this soon-to-be-released solution.
Greg Morrell, Active Cypher President, stated, “The demand from our public presentation was terrific. We gathered nearly a thousand product requests throughout the event and the enthusiastic reactions from attendees validated our opinion that we have something special and unique to offer the marketplace.”
What Does Active Cypher Do?
Active Cypher deeply integrates with Microsoft’s Active Directory and the Azure Cloud. By using Microsoft’s existing environment, the Active Cypher team didn’t need to build additional software, consoles or dependencies that slow down servers and contribute to user friction. We work deeply within the Microsoft environment, focusing on one thing, keeping your files secure.
All too often, encryption as a solution is avoided due to complex installation, deployment, and administration. In developing Active Cypher our goal was to create an encryption solution so easy to deploy that files can be encrypted in minutes. Our revolutionary solution is the easiest way to protect your data from ending up in the wrong hands. We are invisible to users, so we won’t require them to do anything, resulting in no user friction or lack of adoption.
Addressing an Industry Need
Dan Gleason, Active Cypher’s Chief Technical Officer states, “I was shocked at the number of Microsoft Partners who offered examples of their Clients who recently experienced data loss, which could have been easily been prevented by simply Installing Active Cypher. Once MS Partners witnessed both the quick and easy Install of Active Cypher, that there was no need for user training (or user involvement), that the IT Admin was not going to have any new responsibilities of administering Active Cypher on his network, the next comment was usually along the lines of; everyone needs to be running Active Cypher; It’s a no-brainer!”