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Datacastle Delivers Secure, Compliant PC Backup and Data Protection Service via Amazon Web Services

The Datacastle Cloud Service, a Unified PC Backup and Data Protection Solution Running on Amazon Web Services, Addresses the Security, Compliance and Time to Market Challenges of Outsourced IT and Managed Services Providers

SEATTLE, WA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/27/09 -- Datacastle Corporation, a leading enterprise-class PC backup and data protection company, today announced the immediate availability of the Datacastle Cloud Service, the software-as-a-service version of Datacastle's unified PC backup, data privacy and data protection solution optimized for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing environment.

The Datacastle Cloud Service is a unified data protection solution built on top of the Amazon Web Services platform. It offers policy-driven PC backup, encryption, key management, device trace, and data deletion in a single solution. The Datacastle Cloud Service is designed for outsourced IT and managed services providers seeking to offer a secure and compliant PC backup and data protection solution to their business and government customers. By leveraging the Amazon Web Services infrastructure, the Datacastle Cloud Service requires only a minimal upfront infrastructure investment and can be operational in as little as ten days.

"We are pleased that Datacastle is offering outsourced IT providers the option of hosting their PC backup and data protection solution on Amazon Web Services. By doing so, Datacastle is enabling these providers to address the secure storage and data privacy requirements of companies and agencies in highly regulated market segments without having to invest in servers, power, bandwidth and staff resources," said Steve Rabuchin, Director of Developer Relations and Business Development for AWS.

"Building this solution on Amazon Web Services gives our Partners every deployment option possible for bringing secure, compliant PC backup and data protection solutions to market quickly and cost effectively," said Ronald Faith, president and chief executive officer of Datacastle. "Some of our existing customers are already seeing significant operational and time to market benefits from the winning combination of Datacastle's unified PC backup and data privacy solution and Amazon's world-class, scalable and secure infrastructure."

The Datacastle Cloud Service supports both Datacastle Enterprise Edition and Datacastle Personal Edition. For more information, visit http://www.datacastlecorp.com or the Amazon Web Services Solutions Catalog.

About Datacastle

Datacastle Corporation has a singular mission -- to help organizations simply and cost-effectively protect data against damage, loss and theft. Datacastle offers five best of breed components in one enterprise PC data privacy solution -- integrating policy-driven PC backup, robust AES encryption, automated key management, unrivaled data reduction, proactive data deletion and device tracing. Listed in Gartner's Hype Cycle for Storage Technologies, 2008, Datacastle offers enterprises the most secure and comprehensive PC backup and data protection solution available -- preventing data security risks, gaps in compliance and erosion of brand value. Datacastle's software is available through leading service providers and software resellers worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.datacastlecorp.com.

Datacastle is a registered trademark of Datacastle Corporation. All other names are or may be trademarks of their respective owners.

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