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Mezeo Software Announces the Mezeo Ready Developer Center

Provides ISVs access to resources for developing Mezeo Ready applications that leverage the Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform APIs

Mezeo Software, a provider of a deployable cloud storage platform, today opened the Mezeo Ready Developer Center at developer.mezeo.com. The Mezeo Ready Developer Center is a repository of information and resources for developers interested in developing against Mezeo APIs in order to leverage Mezeo Ready solutions from Mezeo Ready Premier Hosting Providers and Solution Partners.

The Mezeo Ready Developer Center supports the Mezeo Ready Program, which features a comprehensive portfolio of technologies that enable Mezeo-based cloud storage offerings. The Mezeo Ready Developer Center provides one-stop access to all the resources and documentation ISVs need to get started using Mezeo APIs in their own applications (including API and Developer reference guides and code examples) and become part of the Mezeo Ready ecosystem.

"Developers are a critical part of the Mezeo Ready ecosystem," said John Eastman, Mezeo CTO. "The Mezeo Ready Developer Center is a forum for developers to access documentation, connect with Mezeo Ready partners and interact with our development team to develop Mezeo Ready applications."

Combined with the Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform, Mezeo Ready technology solutions can be mixed and matched to offer a single, integrated cloud storage solution that can be quickly deployed in any technology environment. Before any solution is deemed Mezeo Ready, it is carefully evaluated and tested to ensure it can be seamlessly integrated with the Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform. For a complete list of Mezeo Ready partners, visit www.mezeo.com/mezeo-ready.

The Mezeo Cloud Storage Platform enables IT Service Providers to offer a branded cloud storage service, and large enterprises to implement a secure, private cloud.  Mezeo features end-to-end encryption, advanced file sharing and collaboration, content tagging and access anywhere with white label Web 2.0, Windows® desktop, and iPhone and BlackBerry® native clients. Mezeo is easy to deploy, multi-tenant, and highly scalable and secure, with REST Web Services APIs for platform extensibility.

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