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8th October 2019

GeoLang Partners with OBJECT in the DACH Region

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GeoLang, A Shearwater Group plc Company are extremely pleased to announce their recent European Partnership with digitisation experts OBJECT.

In our increasingly digitalised economy, data has become our most valuable resource – and the task of knowing where sensitive and key data resides, managing access to it and keeping it safe is paramount as we each strive for organisational resilience.

As a dual GeoLang and Alfresco Partner, OBJECT is well placed to service the critical business needs of today’s data driven economy – adding professionalism, value and resilience.

GeoLang, as part of the Shearwater Group plc, offer award-winning data security solutions that locate, understand and protect your critical and high-value information across your digital estate. From increased data visibility to supporting regulatory compliance, our Ascema Data Security Platform with built in machine learning algorithms and automated classification, accurately identifies sensitive data – uniquely searching for specific content, including Personally Identifiable (PII) and Payment Card Industry (PCI) information – whilst also using content fingerprinting to classify, protect and remediate data in motion.

OBJECT, who provide leading and sophisticated IT solutions across the German-speaking market, are a key partner for GeoLang – bringing our Ascema data security suite to Alfresco clients in Germany, Switzerland and Austria.

Dr Debbie Garside, GeoLang CEO, commented:
“We are delighted to be partnering with OBJECT as one of the DACH region’s leading IT solution providers providing an integral role in GeoLang’s overarching strategy to expand into new markets”.

Oliver Huser, OBJECT CEO, commented:
“The offer from GeoLang optimally complements OBJECT’s existing product portfolio. Especially in times like this, when data protection is particularly important and the requirements are becoming even stricter (e.g. GDPR). It is essential to always have full control of your data. Therefore, we see a partnership with GeoLang is significant and beneficial in the long term.”

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