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Storage Made Easy Announces That Huddle Has Become a SME Client

London, United Kingdom, December 18, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Storage Made Easy today announced that Huddle has become a Storage Made Easy client. Huddle is the leader in enterprise content collaboration.

Storage Made Easy is excited at the prospect of working with the Huddle team and whilst they are unable at this point to go into the details of the relationship, further information will be forthcoming at a later stage.

“We recognise Huddle as the leader in cloud collaboration solutions and are pleased to be working on our first project,” said Jim Liddle, CEO of Storage Made Easy, “We look forward to being able to announce further details soon.”

SME provides a Cloud Service Broker platform that adds an abstraction layer on top of any information source, either to provide an enhanced single information cloud experience or to provide a federated view of data through any of the many apps supported by the Storage Made Easy solution.

“Customer experience is a priority for Huddle,” said Andy McLoughlin, EVP strategy and co-founder, Huddle. “Our relationship with Storage Made Easy will enable us to extend our world-class offering and provide our customers with increased functionality in the future.”

About Storage Made Easy

Storage Made Easy provides a cloud service broker platform and related services either as SaaS or a hybrid on-premise solution. Storage Made Easy unites cloud and data center services into a single environment, guaranteeing file access no matter the location or device while providing the highest levels of management, security, compliance, audit, and access services.

Storage Made Easy is wholly owned by Vehera Ltd., a private London-based limited company.

More information can be found at www.StorageMadeEasy.com

About Huddle
Huddle is the enterprise content collaboration company that helps organizations across the globe to collaborate intelligently. Huddle's intelligent collaboration platform is revolutionizing enterprise content management by enabling organizations to store, discover, share and work on content with others securely in the cloud. Its patent-pending intelligent technology locates and recommends valuable information to users, with no need for search.

Co-headquartered in London and San Francisco and with offices in New York City, Huddle's customers include 80 percent of Fortune 500 and 80 percent of UK central government, and companies such as Diageo, Kia Motors and PwC. The company is privately held and backed by venture capital firms DAG Ventures, Eden Ventures, Matrix Partners and Jafco Ventures.

More information can be found at www.huddle.com.

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