HiSoftware Recognized For Its SharePoint Product’s Strategic Importance To Market, Its Competitive Advantages, And Its Value To Customers
November 26, 2012; Nashua, NH – HiSoftware today announced that its HiSoftware Security Sheriff SP2010 was named as a gold medal winner of the “2012 Editors’ Best Awards” in the Best SharePoint product by Penton Media’s Windows IT Pro.
The 2012 Editors’ Best Awards are based on a product’s strategic importance to market, its competitive advantages, and its value to customers.
“For our 2012 Editors’ Best Awards, we’ve leveraged the industry expertise of our editors and authors to bring additional recognition to great products in today’s market,” said Jason Bovberg, senior editor, Windows IT Pro. “We're proud to now share this invaluable information with our Windows IT Pro and SQL Server Pro communities. The 2012 winners should be extremely proud of this recognition from our editorial experts.”
Optimized for SharePoint, HiSoftware Security Sheriff™ SP2010 provides the ability to restrict access to, classify, encrypt, track and prevent the publishing of content based upon the presence of sensitive or non-compliant information, offering content-aware data loss protection (DLP) capabilities. When used in conjunction with Compliance Sheriff, it leverages the product’s policy scanning and auto classification features to perform these actions automatically. The suite offers an integrated and end-to-end solution for managing compliance and security challenges in SharePoint.
“We are honored to receive the Editor’s Best Gold Award for Best SharePoint Product of 2012,” said Kurt Mueffelmann, president and CEO, HiSoftware. “This award is a testament to the growing demand for integrated security solutions for SharePoint that can help organizations leverage the full benefits of the platform while keeping information secure. Security Sheriff allows users to address the full gamut of content security requirements from classification to encryption, to content restrictions and everything in between, without hindering collaboration.”