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archTIS’ NC Protect launches on Microsoft Azure Marketplace

archTIS has confirmed their NC Protect for Microsoft 365 platform is now available via the Microsoft Azure Marketplace and Azure Government Marketplace.

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Tue, 17 May 2022
archTIS’ NC Protect launches on Microsoft Azure Marketplace
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According to the company, the NC Protect platform uses granular attribute-based access control (ABAC) and protection policies to protect sensitive information from data loss and insider threats.

These ABAC policies are then used in concert with Microsoft Information Protection labels to provide enhanced protection of classified material and can be used across Microsoft 365 applications such as Exchange, Office 365, OneDrive, SharePoint and Teams.

“We are excited to launch our second certified app in the Azure Marketplace and Azure Government Marketplace based on strong customer demand to offer our solutions there. The Marketplaces allows our customers to more easily procure and use Azure credits to purchase and deploy NC Protect to gain access to its unique ABAC-powered data protection capabilities that leverage and enhance customers’ existing Microsoft investments. It also makes NC Protect more accessible as part of the IP Co-sell Ready program,” Kurt Mueffelmann, global chief operating officer and US president of archTIS, said.


“Microsoft Azure Marketplace lets customers worldwide discover, try, and deploy software solutions that are certified and optimised to run on Azure,” said Jake Zborowski, general manager, Microsoft Azure Platform at Microsoft Corp. “Azure Marketplace helps solutions like archTIS NC Protect reach more customers and markets.”

In February, it was revealed that NC Protect had been listed on the GSA Federal Supply Schedule 70, making the product more available to the United States public service.

The Schedule 70 listing is expected to allow the company to provide additional services to the US government at all levels, as well as government departments. Currently, it is also available via Carahsoft.

“Our inclusion on the GSA schedule, and other US government contact vehicles, through our expanding US federal partner network demonstrates archTIS’ commitment to serving and expanding its presence in the US public sector, Mueffelmann said.

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