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CallTower and Conquest Cyber Partner for Microsoft Cloud Security

Enhanced security partnership to deliver assurance with Microsoft Cloud and Microsoft GCC High for CMMC compliant environments

CallTower, a global leader in delivering cloud-based enterprise-class unified communications, contact center and collaboration solutions, announced a strategic partnership with Conquest Cyber, a leading builder of adaptive risk management programs within defense, intelligence, federal civilian agencies and the massive industrial base that supports them.

CallTower’s partnership with Conquest Cyber will deliver a competitive edge to critical infrastructure sectors in the battle for cyber supremacy. Specifically, the partnership will deliver enhanced security in the Microsoft Cloud environment for Office 365 and for GCC High for organizations that require adaptive risk management programs.

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“We are thrilled to partner with Conquest Cyber and bring our customers enhanced application security,” said William Rubio, CallTower’s Chief Revenue Officer. “Global businesses are increasingly looking for secure solutions to use for communication and collaboration. Conquest Cyber is the perfect fit, as it offers secure usage for cloud services, in addition to being affordable, fully managed, and quick to deploy.”

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Office 365 and GCC High solutions delivers a wealth of advantages in productivity and collaboration by integrating voice, chat, video/audio conferencing, faxing, and email. These benefits, though, come with several security challenges and often include mandatory industry standards that must be adhered to.  The partnership between CallTower and Conquest Cyber is designed to directly target this challenge.

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“We are excited to work closely with CallTower and pair the company’s network expertise, high-quality services and customer experience with our security technology,” said Ben Tosado, SVP of Strategic Development at Conquest. “Conquest Cyber is transforming the security elements global enterprises use in conjunction with mission-critical applications, such as unified communication and collaboration tools, to support modern organizational needs.”

CallTower is also the only voice provider delivering Direct Routing in GCC High to support Microsoft 365 GCC High for government contractors that work with the Department of Defense. As Conquest Cyber’s security measures are designed for use with Office 365 and Office 365 GCC High, this puts CallTower in the unique position of being able to assist customers achieve CMMC compliance.

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