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Scalefast, a full-service eCommerce platform, headquartered in Los Angeles, California, was recently announced as the Gold winner of the 2017 Enterprise Service of the Year Award.

Scalefast joins an impressive list of companies that were also recognized this year by the prestigious Best in Biz Awards, including Zappos, Adobe, Wells Fargo, ADP, and AT&T.

In its 7th year, the Best in Biz Awards is the only business awards program judged by an independent panel of press and analysts from a variety of top-tier publications. These include journalists from The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Fortune, Inc, Fast Company, The Financial Times, and USA Today.

The Enterprise Service of the Year Award recognizes the best companies offering enterprise-level services such as software-as-a-service, consulting, financial services, and recruiting. Other 2017 winners in this category include Impartner, Spireon, RiskSense, and Virtustream Enterprise Cloud.

This honor from Best in Biz Awards follows another recent notable award for Scalefast. Earlier this month, Scalefast was chosen as the all-around winner of the 2017 Digiworld Award honoring startups with French founders that have experienced rapid growth and success abroad. Currently, Scalefast manages the online stores of major gaming companies such as Bandai Namco and Square Enix and continues to break into other verticals such as consumers electronics and consumer goods.

Scalefast Digiworld

This second award was announced at the 39th annual DigiWorld Summit in Montpellier, France on November 16th, in partnership with Business France and French Tech, an organization that recognizes excellence in digital start-ups created by French entrepreneurs. Those in attendance include representatives of the French government such as the French Minister of of State for the Digital Sector Mounir Mahjoubi and companies such as Orange, Hertz, Accenture, Qualcomm, Google, Uber and Verizon.

Scalefast’s CEO Nicolas Stehle will be speaking at the French Tech Hub workshop at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) this January 2018, where French Tech Hub will be exhibiting along with partners and 10 start-ups. During that week, French Tech Hub will be organizing workshops and mentoring sessions. Nicolas will be available to mentor young French startups looking to develop their business in the United States.


See the Best in Biz 2017 Awards for more information about Scalefast’s industry recognition.  In the fourth category, Scalefast takes Gold.  See more on the French DigiWorld summit 2017 here.




Blue Cedar Enforce Launches on the Microsoft Azure Cloud Platform; Available through the VAR Channel

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 13, 2017 – Blue Cedar today introduced Enforce, a mobile app security solution that is tailor-made for the cloud. Blue Cedar Enforce enables customers to secure existing mobile apps automatically using in-app embedded controls that enforce a broad range of security policies, including those governing mobile access, data encryption, and attestation, among others. Additionally, users can now enjoy the benefits of greater modularity and the nimbleness of cloud-native architecture. The service will launch Dec. 13, initially on the Microsoft Azure Cloud.

“Corporate workloads are moving en masse to the cloud and—true to our philosophy of security following the app everywhere it is used and connected—we are now offering our core functionality as a native cloud service,” said Blue Cedar CEO John Aisien. “We’re very excited about this release, which serves as the foundation for deeper integration between Blue Cedar and the Microsoft cloud stack over time.”

Enforce comprises a subset of the functionality in Blue Cedar’s flagship Enterprise solution. Building upon Blue Cedar’s industry-leading code injection technology, the new cloud-based Enforce solution includes data-at-rest encryption, local app authentication, and integrity verification to ensure that its in-app security controls are not modified after deployment. The more modularized client also enables incremental Blue Cedar cloud services, such as dynamic policies, encryption key management, and codeless custom screen modification and does not require an SDK. “Think of Enforce as the iPod Nano of mobile app security solutions—with all the power of our incumbent solution but with more flexibility, agility, and elasticity,” said Aisien.

Healthcare is one of many industries where Enforce will be especially useful. The rapid proliferation of digital health mobile and IoT apps is critical to patient telehealth service delivery, management of medical devices for chronic conditions, managing the efficacy of patient clinical trials, personal health management, and numerous other use cases that improve healthcare outcomes and efficiency. Healthcare organizations are acutely aware of the risks that insecure apps can pose to patient and clinical data. 

“We look forward to working with Blue Cedar to deliver a unique service to Microsoft’s public cloud customers, especially in the healthcare space,” said Hector Rodriguez, Microsoft’s Worldwide Health CISO. “Enforce can play a key role in providing secure use of the processing power and data storage capacity of modern smartphones and tablets—which is essential to improving healthcare outcomes and aligns with Microsoft’s healthcare digital transformation pillars.”

The cloud-based Enforce solution will be sold primarily through value-added resellers (VARs). Blue Cedar plans to move more functionality to the cloud, in keeping with the larger industry trend that has seen everything from application, platform, and data services workloads migrate to public clouds. The company’s current offering, Blue Cedar Enterprise, will continue to be available through the company’s direct sales organization. Visit this page for more information about Enforce.