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ObserveIT Selected as IBM Beacon Award Finalist

ObserveIT’s behavior monitoring software solution is already in use in more than 800 corporations in 70 countries

ObserveIT has been selected as one of two IBM Beacon Award finalists in the “outstanding ready for IBM security intelligence solution” category.

The IBM Beacon Awards recognize IBM Business Partners who have delivered exceptional solutions using IBM products and services. By delivering innovative solutions proven to drive business value, Beacon Award winners help transform the way their clients, their industries and the world do business.

ObserveIT’s behavior monitoring software solution is already in use in more than 800 corporations in 70 countries, where it is used for auditing, tracking and recording third--party and internal privileged user behavior with real-time, context-aware video monitoring within any server environment. ObserveIT augments the traditional access management and logging systems by adding video playback of user activities, helping IT management clearly and easily understand who did what and when.

"The Beacon Awards are a central and vital element of IBM's Business Partner recognition program," said Marc Dupaquier, General Manager, IBM Global Business Partners. "Recipients of these awards exemplify the ability to deliver business value to clients through innovative solutions, technical excellence and industry expertise."

“We are flattered that IBM recognizes the value we bring to the security intelligence ecosystem by selecting us as a Beacon Award finalist,” said Gabriel Friedlander, CTO and co-founder of ObserveIT. “We appreciate the consideration for this premier award and partnership recognition, as we take pride in supporting our partners with exceptional service and products.”

About IBM Beacon Awards
The Beacon Awards are IBM’s premier Business Partner recognition program. Announced at the IBM Partner World Leadership Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States, and selected by leading industry influencers and IBM executives from among hundreds of nominations, IBM's Beacon Awards recognize IBM Business Partners who have demonstrated business excellence in delivering IBM-based solutions resulting in client transformation and business growth. This year’s awards recognize Business Partner achievements across 27 award categories.

About ObserveIT
ObserveIT
, a leading provider of server monitoring and auditing technology, makes life easier for IT managers, security and compliance officers. Founded in 2006, ObserveIT’s fifth-generation system offers IT executives a method to clearly and easily understand who did what, when, within the corporate IT environment. ObserveIT enhances the ability to audit, monitor, track and record user behavior with real-time, context-aware video monitoring within the server. ObserveIT is currently in use in more than 800 corporations in 70+ countries, and has become a standard for many network environments with market-leading and enterprise-grade functionality. For more information on the company, visit www.ObserveIT.com, or find us on Twitter @ObserveIT.

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