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Rediff Wins Coveted 2014 CIO Choice Award for its Innovative Enterprise Email Solution

Rediff.com India Pvt. Ltd (NASDAQ: REDF), one of the premier news and online marketplaces in India, today announced that Rediffmail Enterprise, the Company’s business and professional email solution, has been selected as the 2014 CIO Choice Award winner in the Enterprise Email category through an independent voting survey conducted by the Centre of Recognition & Excellence. Rediffmail Enterprise was chosen as the best enterprise email solution according to a survey of more than 300 CIOs across India, who rated the platform for its performance, customer satisfaction and continued customer service.

The secure cloud-based email service is an indigenous solution from Rediff.com serving the enterprise email market in India for over 15 years. The robust infrastructure provides 99.9% uptime with advanced spam protection and data leak protection. Enterprise owners can benefit from the latest administrative features to offer their employees secure access to work emails across various devices – PC, mobile phone and tablet – as well as mobile operating systems, while retaining control over the enterprise data. The service is complete with a dedicated account manager assigned to enterprise clients and technical support available via phone and email. Additionally, the service can co-exist in a hybrid environment with on-premise mailing systems on the same domain.

“We are honoured to receive the 2014 CIO Choice Award for the Enterprise Email Solution category and believe this coveted recognition validates Rediff’s continuous investment in and development of the most innovative technologies that deliver strategic business value. We thank all CIOs and IT Managers – including our customers and partners – and the distinguished CIO Choice panel for selecting us and for their continued support and trust in our efforts to provide a secure and reliable cloud-based email solution that can meet the most dynamic and challenging environments,” stated Ajit Balakrishnan, Chairman and CEO.

“CIO Choice” is a very powerful tool for organizations in the Information & Communications Technology (ICT) space to promote and market their products, services and solutions. This unique B2B platform recognizes the brands of ICT vendors each year via an independent advisory panel of imminent CIOs and an extensive pan-India CIO voting process that spans various industries. KPMG is the knowledge partner. This unique recognition was founded on the idea of ‘By the CIO and for the CIO’ and offers the CIO community an authentic aid to finding and considering the most preferred and stable products, services and solutions.

“The CIO Choice trust seal is validation from the CIO community that Rediff.com has proven its excellence and expertise in business email technology and ranks among the top percentile of enterprise ICT vendors in India,” said Anoop Mathur, President for the Center of Recognition and Excellence. CIOs seeking a strategic IT partner can find it in Rediff. They can rest assured that the Company’s offering comes highly approved and highly recommended and what better endorsement can there be than one from hundreds of their industry peers!

For more information about Rediff’s enterprise email service, visit http://businessemail.rediff.com/.

About Rediff India

Rediff India (NASDAQ: REDF) is one of the premier worldwide online providers of news, information, communication, entertainment and shopping services for Indians worldwide. Founded in 1996, Rediff.com is headquartered in Mumbai, India with offices in New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad and New York. For additional information, please visit http://www.investor.rediff.com.

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