As the nation readies to elect its next president, security-as-a-service leader wages a campaign of its own to win an UP Award sponsored by the UP 2012 Cloud Conference.
Nominated in three categories Best Cloud Service Provider, Best Big Data Solutions and Best Cloud Automation, the start-up is vying against heady brand-name competition and asks for your vote during the open voting process. The hyperlinks in this paragraph will redirect you to the voting pages for each category.
“A vote for CloudAccess is a vote for progress,” mused Scott Davis, CloudAccess marketing director and ersatz campaign manager. “We are not shying away from any constituency. In fact, if elected, we promise to make clouds fluffier!”
The first round of the award process is open for anyone to vote for their favorite cloud-computing companies. Those making the top four will move forward to the presentation phase during the UP Cloud Computing Conference in November.
CloudAccess was nominated for its scalable cloud-based security solutions which provide a cost-effective suite of IT asset protection for such enterprise needs as Log Management, SIEM, Single Sign On, Identity Management and Access Management.. CloudAccess is one of a very elite few developers of such an inclusive integration of security tools deployed and managed from the cloud.
“CloudAccess will lower your taxing burden when it comes to regulatory compliance. We will keep the borders (at least your network perimeters) safe! All we need is your vote!” Davis told the throngs of supporters.
Voters can go to http://www.up-con/vote and vote for CloudAccess in the appropriate categories.
The 2012 UP-START Cloud Awards are now established in the cloud community as the de-facto recognition platform to cultivate the understanding, appreciation and advancement of the contribution of cloud computing to the business and technology community.