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Bitglass scores $25m as enterprises prioritise mobile, cloud security spend

Bitglass secured $25m in funding, bringing its total amount secured to over $35m

Mobile security startup Bitglass, which emerged from stealth earlier this year, announced that it has secured $25m in funding that will be used to expand sales, marketing and technology development of Bitglass’ mobile data protection solution.

Security report suggests Google kicking Microsoft’s aaS in cloud apps

Bitglass's cloud migration survey suggests younger, smaller firms are opting for Google Apps over Office 365 in the productivity space

A report published this week by cloud security solutions vendor Bitglass, which sampled 81,253 companies globally, suggests Google apps have grown more popular than Office 365 in enterprises, and run neck-and-neck with Microsoft technologies even among larger, older businesses.

AlephCloud boosts in-cloud security with encryption tech

AlephCloud has secured a patent for an encryption technology that allows content to be shared with multiple parties while keeping it private, even from the application itself and the underlying infrastructure

Storage security solutions provider AlephCloud announced Thursday that the company has secured a patent for an encryption technology that allows content to be shared with multiple parties while keeping it private, even from the application itself and the underlying infrastructure.

SaaS security firm Elastica exits stealth mode, announces funding

Elastica is the latest SaaS security firm to double down on expansion. Recent notables include Adallom and Bitglass.

Elastica, a cloud security firm founded in 2012 to solve an increasingly acute headache for enterprise SaaS and BYOD adopters, has existed stealth mode this morning and announced that it has secured $6.3m in venture funding from Mayfield Fund. The company said it will use the cash to take its CloudSOC (security operations centres) offering to ‘elastic enterprises’ everywhere.

Bitglass scores $10m for cloud-based mobile security solution

Bitglass secured $10m in series B funding Wednesday, which the company plans to use to bolster development and marketing efforts for its cloud-based mobile security management service

Bitglass, a startup that just emerged from stealth mode Wednesday announced that it has secured $10m in a series B funding round led by Norwest Venture Partners. The company plans to bolster sales and development efforts for its flagship cloud-based mobile security solution, which claims to enable businesses to ensure corporate mobile security without trading off employee privacy.

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