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Infinitely Virtual Receives Highest Rating from Skyhigh Networks CloudTrust Program for Three Offerings

Infinitely Virtual announced today that it has earned the highest rating of "Enterprise-Ready" in Skyhigh Networks’ CloudTrust Program for three of its offerings -- Infinitely Virtual Cloud Server Hosting, Infinitely Virtual InfiniteVault and Virtual Terminal Server.

The CloudTrust Program from Skyhigh Networks ( is designed to promote cloud services that have the highest rating of "Enterprise Ready." Skyhigh provides an objective and detailed risk assessment of more than 9,000 cloud services across 50 attributes developed in conjunction with the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). IaaS vendors that satisfy the most stringent requirements for data protection, identity verification, service security, business practices and legal protection earn the highest rating of "Enterprise-Ready."

The Skyhigh CloudTrust Program helps organizations lower risk and streamline the IaaS evaluation process by providing an objective and comprehensive review of a service’s security controls and enterprise readiness. There is no cost for qualified cloud service providers to participate in the program, which helps ensure the objectivity of the ratings.

“This is both a high honor for Infinitely Virtual and significant validation of the principles that have guided the company since its founding,” said Adam Stern, founder and CEO, Infinitely Virtual. “Skyhigh evaluates thousands of cloud services and presents its Enterprise-Ready seal only to those that have the highest possible CloudTrust rating, so this represents a tremendous vote of confidence for us. Skyhigh’s mission -- to help IT securely enable the cloud services that drive productivity and innovation in their business – dovetails with ours, and underscores that the cloud has become today’s compute environment of choice, whatever a company’s size or niche.”

More than 350 companies across all major verticals are rely on CloudTrust ratings to make recommendations on which services they should embrace and recommend to their employees, and which services should be blocked. Skyhigh customers include Cisco, HP, SAP, Diebold, CapitalOne, Aetna, DirecTV, Creative Artists Agency, Volkswagen and Steelcase, among many others.

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Published Tuesday, April 14, 2015 6:54 AM by David Marshall
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