Navajo Systems has won the Best Security Solution Award at the 2011 Cloud Computing World Series Awards for its cloud security product, Virtual Private SaaS (VPS). VPS allows enterprises to adopt public and private cloud computing applications while satisfying regulatory compliance requirements which may apply to data stored in the cloud and while retaining exclusive control of their cloud-hosted data.



Having been judged by an independent panel of industry experts, the awards will be presented to attending winners at the 3rd annual Cloud Computing World Forum on the 21st June, Olympia, London.



"This award is another important confirmation that our proprietary technology provides the ideal way for companies to use cloud applications without worrying about regulatory compliance or data privacy," said Dan Gross, CEO of Navajo Systems. "As the market learns more about our unique Cloud Encryption Gateway approach, we expect to become an important accelerator of cloud adoption by enterprises, particularly in industries and jurisdictions where data protection regulations have proved to be a significant entry barrier to the cloud."