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CloudLock Locks Down Google Apps Security

Accurately controlling and managing users and data in the cloud is becoming increasingly complex and challenging for many organizations. One vendor tackling the problem is CloudLock, though it is taking a bit of a different tack.

On Dec. 10, the company made available a free tool called CloudLock GeoFence to help Google Apps users track user activity within a domain to limit security risks.

CloudLock GeoFence is the first CloudLock Labs project and does not represent a product offering, Kevin O'Brien, director of product marketing at CloudLock, told eWEEK. The idea behind CloudLock Labs is that it is an effort for creating innovations that are considered experimental.

Read the full story at eWEEK:
CloudLock Tracks Google Apps Cloud Misuse

Sean Michael Kerner is a senior editor at InternetNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @TechJournalist.