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FullArmor Named a Windows Azure Circle Partner by Microsoft

FullArmor, a leading edge software-as-a-service (SaaS) security and management vendor, today announced it has been selected by Microsoft to join the Windows Azure Circle Partner program. This select group of Microsoft partner organizations have been recognized for their specialized ability to provide deployment planning services for organizations interested in moving to the cloud utilizing Windows Azure.

FullArmor builds products that help companies manage their IT environment from the cloud. The company has been developing on top of the Windows Azure platform since it was introduced by Microsoft in 2008. Being recognized as a Windows Azure Circle Partner provides further validation that FullArmor is one of the industry’s leading innovators of Windows Azure-based solutions.

“FullArmor is committed to the Windows Azure platform. It enables us to develop IT management products that harness the scalability and flexibility of the public cloud,” said Danny Kim, CTO of FullArmor. “We are pleased that Microsoft has selected us to be a member of their Windows Azure Circle Partner program.”

“Recognition as a Windows Azure Circle program partner demonstrates FullArmor’s ability to deliver public cloud solutions that solve today’s business challenges,” said Jon Roskill, corporate vice president, Worldwide Partner Group at Microsoft Corp. “By joining the Windows Azure Circle, FullArmor has proven its mastering of Microsoft cloud technologies and continued drive for success in the future of the public cloud.”

The Microsoft Partner Network helps partners strengthen their capabilities to showcase leadership in the marketplace on the latest technology, to better serve customers and, with 640,000 Microsoft partners in its ecosystem, to easily connect with one of the most active, diverse networks in the world.

About FullArmor

FullArmor is a leading edge provider of security and management tools for software-as-a-service (SaaS) and cloud technologies. Its latest offerings enable IT administrators to provision and monitor employee usage of SaaS apps that access corporate data. The company is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. More than 5 million users and 1,500 organizations worldwide rely on technology developed by FullArmor. For more information visit us on the web at www.fullarmor.com or call 800.653.1783.

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