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September 17, 2013


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Michael King


Thanks, fully agree that information is now as important as money. As more and more corporate documentation is now stored unsecurely, along with everyone else's data, on cloud storage suppliers the challange will be to securely access in the way that protects the data from all devices.

I have become aware of a piece of technology software that has a unique security and accessibility model, which allows for ‘full text’ and Boolean search of information on cloud stores and back office applications and has easy to use mobile and desktop clients.

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