July 18, 2014
The Frisco, Texas-based company this week said the acquisition will expand its unified collaboration suite with Mezeo’s technology portfolio, which includes patents that cover aspects of storage efficiency and file security. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Zimbra CEO Patrick Brandt in a company blog post gave the following reasoning for acquiring Mezeo:
“Zimbra acquired Mezeo for its secure file sync and share and cloud storage technology, ability to support the deployment demands of service providers, and talented employees who understand the unique needs of service providers.”
The company said Mezeo’s software under the Zimbra brand will continue to be made available on premise and in the cloud through its network of service providers.
“We see tremendous value in bringing secure file sync and share and effective cloud storage to our collaboration offering, especially a solution like Mezeo that complements our mobile-first approach and aligns with our commitment to secure, private collaboration,” Brandt wrote in the blog post.
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