IceWEB Adds NASA to Client Roster

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    IceWEB Adds NASA to Client Roster

STERLING, Va,--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- IceWEB™, Inc. - (OTCBB:IWEB)- an award-winning Unified Data Storage appliance provider for cloud and virtual environments, as well as the highly secure, scalable IceBOX BYOD Private Digital Cloud Solution, today announced that the Company consummated an IceBOX sale to the National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA).

NASA chose the IceBOX cloud collaboration platform because it meets the NIST FIPS 140 encryption requirements which will allow them to implement a BYOD solution that keeps them FISMA (Federal Information Security Management Act) compliant. The IT administration and auditing features of IceBOX were also instrumental in winning this business.

"This is an important win for us, demonstrating the key functionality and value of our IceBOX product," said Rob Howe, IceWEB CEO.

"There are three major constituencies with mission critical requirements in every BYOD implementation whether it's in a large enterprise or a small business—the End-User community, the Internal IT community and the Legal/Regulatory community. You don't get to cherry-pick which community you are going to serve. You must serve them all if you are to be a truly viable BYOD solution. Obviously, all those communities were represented in this sale, and all of them gave IceBOX their 'thumbs-up.' So it's clear that with IceBOX, we pass the usability, the security/administration and the auditability tests. That's what makes the IceBOX such an exciting and useful product for any size organization no matter how critical and complex the data," Howe concluded.

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For IceWEB, Inc.
Cynthia DeMonte, 917-273-1717

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