Ceedo seeks new traction through security

Ceedo is an Israeli startup founded in 2005. virtualization.info started covering it only in mid 2008, with the launch of Ceedo Enterprise 2.5, a centrally managed application virtualization platform that works similarly to a platform wrapper like VMware ACE.

So far the company has been mostly under the radar, with just a few major updates over the last two years and a half.
Like its more popular competitors, Ceedo is suffering an apparent disinterest for application virtualization technologies.

In the attempt to differentiate itself and turn its product into something more appealing for the enterprise, Ceedo is playing the security card: in March it announced support for RSA SecurID two-factor authentication tokens, and just last week it announced the upcoming support for McAfee Encrypted USB drives. it must be seen if this will be enough to make any difference.