TITUS, a leading provider of data governance and compliance solutions for email, documents, and Microsoft SharePoint is pleased to announce that Senior Product Manager Antonio Maio (@antoniomaio2) has been awarded the designation of Microsoft SharePoint Server MVP. This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others.
Microsoft began the MVP Awards as a way to recognize members of the general public who devoted their time and technical expertise to helping users in various online technical forums. Over time, the program evolved, and awards are given to members of technical communities worldwide for their contributions to communities including third-party Web sites, user groups, blogs and wikis.
"It is an honor to receive this designation from Microsoft," said Antonio Maio. "I have been working in the SharePoint space for a number of years, and am passionate about the power of SharePoint, and how we at TITUS can work with Microsoft to enhance the security and data governance capabilities of the platform."
Microsoft believes that technical communities enhance people's lives and the industry's success because independent experts help others extract greater value from products and technologies through the free and objective exchange of knowledge. Microsoft MVPs are part of a highly select group of experts that represent technology's best and brightest, and who share a deep commitment to community and a willingness to help others.
TITUS is the leading provider of security and compliance software that helps organizations share information securely while meeting policy and compliance requirements. Products include TITUS Classification, the leading message, document and file classification and labeling solutions that enhance data loss prevention by involving end users in identifying sensitive information; and the TITUS family of classification and security solutions for Microsoft SharePoint. For more information, visit www.titus.com and the TITUS SharePoint Security blog.