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Google Cloud Platform Acquires Bitium for Undisclosed Sum

Google Cloud Platform Acquires Bitium for Undisclosed Sum
Credit: bitium.com

Google Cloud Platform announced that it has acquired software startup Bitium. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

Bitium is a Santa Monica-headquartered provider of cloud-based identity and access management solutions, including single sign-on, password management, and analytics for small, medium, and enterprise businesses.

Founded in 2012, the company gives growing companies the ability to manage access to all of their web-based applications — including Google Apps and Office 365, as well as social networks and CRM, collaboration and marketing tools — in one place without hindering employee adoption of these applications.

Organizations such as GroupM, Fullscreen, Movember and Demand Media use Bitium for its easy-to-use solution that delivers increased flexibility and security.

Bitium has previously raised $14.9 million by investors including Polaris Partners, Resolute VC, Double M Partners, Karlin Ventures, and Social Leverage.