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Microsoft acquired Israeli startup data security Adallom for $320 million, reports The Next Web. Adallom is focused on securing data stored in the cloud, and it seems her efforts are focused on corporate decisions for consumer products.

“Hiring cybersecurity experts is a challenging and costly process and so Adallom acts as an extension of your team. Critical applications like collaboration, storage, CRM and ERP are moving to the cloud. This means the critical mass of your corporate data will eventually migrate to the cloud. We make it easy to keep your data safe in the cloud. Adallom offers a proven cloud application security platform that seamlessly integrates with enterprise cloud applications without impacting end users. The solution delivers visibility, governance and protection for any users, in any location on any device. The platform enables administrators to monitor, control, secure and manage employees access to a range of documents saved in the cloud.”- write Adallom on its Web site.

Microsoft and Adallom did not comment on the acquisition.

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