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BizCloud(R) Expands Its Integrated IT Infrastructure Services Portfolio Through Partnership With Cyber Innovation Labs

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/02/14 -- BizCloud® Inc., a leading edge provider of cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions, today announced it has entered into a reseller partnership agreement with Cyber Innovation Labs, LLC (CIL). Under the agreement, BizCloud is authorized to resell CIL's FLEXCloud, a highly differentiated private IaaS solution, to its global client base. This collaboration enables BizCloud to extend its current service offerings, expand into new verticals, and deliver increased value to existing clients.

BizCloud has helped organizations worldwide build scalable, robust and agile IT infrastructures with BizCloud® Private, Hybrid and Public Cloud offerings. BizCloud partners with leading information technology and infrastructure providers to offer comprehensive, best-of-breed solutions to its customers. Through this new partnership, BizCloud is responding to the demand for integrated IT infrastructure that enables the creation of massively scalable, flexible, and agile data centers.

Through CIL, BizCloud is able to assimilate NEC servers, storage, network, and software technologies to deliver a fully turn-key, virtual data center in minutes. Customers can choose to host their virtual data center on-premises, in private clouds, or in a service provider's environment. BizCloud's service offerings afford organizations an opportunity to maximize development efficiency, accelerate time to market and dramatically reduce both operating and capital expenses.

BizCloud is also broadening its cloud solutions portfolio with BizCloud-in-a-Vault, a private, single tenant cloud solution. BizCloud is partnering with CIL to provide this new solution in response to the requirements of enterprise organizations that place a strong emphasis on audit, security, and control over outsourced applications and business functions. CIL has embraced NEC's Nblock technology stack, an enterprise-grade, fully interoperable solution providing a resilient, highly available and scalable solution architecture. BizCloud-in-a-Vault enables organizations to shift from a complex CapEx to a monthly OpEx IT cost structure, since infrastructure can be utilized on an as needed basis. Organizations can learn more about the benefits of the BizCloud-in-a-Vault solution and market differentiation by visiting the resources section of the BizCloud Network website.

"The CIL reseller partnership enables us to enhance our infrastructure and cloud solution offerings to meet the demands of delivery and support of mission critical applications/services. This partnership allows us to better address the needs of our enterprise customers, as well as to expand into new markets with these new cutting-edge infrastructure solutions," said Vahid Razavi, Founder and CEO of BizCloud.

"BizCloud has demonstrated itself as a market innovator for delivery of IT Integrated Services, which they are extending through a solution architected on NEC's Nblock technologies, CIL's EMP protected enhanced Tier-3 data centers, and supported by an industry leading data center move migration practice. Regardless of where a company may sit with its technology transformation, BizCloud's business model allows for a seamless customer onboarding and continuous technology/services evolution, eliminating technology obsolescence and ensuring business relevance," said William Michael, CEO of Cyber Innovation Labs, LLC.

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About BizCloud®:

Based in San Francisco, California, with offices in Europe and Asia, BizCloud® is focused on technology and cloud innovations to assist businesses. BizCloud has mastered the art of integrated delivery alliances of cloud computing infrastructure, BPM platforms, business applications and service delivery organizations to deliver large inclusive customer outcomes for business owners. To learn more, please visit www.bizcloud.net

About Cyber Innovation Labs, LLC

Cyber Innovation Labs is a leading provider of innovative Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions and professional services. We leverage best-of-breed data center practices and leading technology network solutions to deliver highly secure, customized and scalable IT infrastructures as well as fully managed private / single tenant cloud services. CIL has pioneered the migration / transformation of the traditional data center model, setting a new benchmark for the way major enterprises access, collaborate, manage and transform their critical IT service platforms. To learn about Cyber Innovation Labs, visit www.cyberinnovationlabs.com.

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