Palo Alto, California and Tel Aviv, Israel, July 11, 2018 – Luminate Security, provider of a universal platform for secure access to corporate applications in hybrid cloud environments, today announced that its agentless Secure Access Cloud™ platform is fully integrated with Microsoft Azure, providing direct, secure access to applications and services deployed on Azure.
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Luminate Security, provider of a universal platform for secure access to corporate applications in hybrid cloud environments, today announced that its agentless Secure Access Cloud™ platform is fully integrated with Microsoft Azure, providing direct, secure access to applications and services deployed on Azure.
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