Modevity will use Verizon Computing as a Service (CaaS) to harness cloud computing

September 1, 2009

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BASKING RIDGE, N.J. -- Modevity, a provider of content rights management solutions, was searching for a partner to help it more effectively and securely distribute confidential and proprietary content to its customers while controlling costs. Verizon Business' SMB Solutions team provided just the right answer.

Modevity will use Verizon Computing as a Service (CaaS), an on-demand, flexible solution that allows businesses of varying sizes to harness cloud (Web-based) computing to better manage IT resources and deliver exceptional performance and security that supports growth. In addition to these benefits, Modevity expects to see a significant positive impact on the company's bottom line as a result of its CaaS investment.

"We are focused on continuing to grow Modevity in a smart way by making key resource decisions in terms of capital and staffing expenditures," said Tom J. Canova, co-founder and chief marketing officer for Modevity. "Moving to a virtual environment with Verizon Business allows us to consolidate our existing server hardware and software, and eliminates future purchasing and licensing costs in that area. It also allows us to add more staff in key areas - all while maintaining consistent, reliable service to our customers."

Verizon Business is providing Modevity with a comprehensive cloud-computing environment, supplying server hardware, bandwidth, load balancing, firewall network security, backup and managed services to support the Modevity ARALOC(TM) Content Rights Management hosted solution. A customer-facing, Web-based solution, ARALOC protects confidential, proprietary content from unauthorized viewing and misuse. Modevity's content rights management solution is ideally suited for companies in multiple industries including high tech, professional services, publishing, health care and pharmaceutical.

Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE: VZ)

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