SAN DIEGO, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 18, 2007 -- St. Bernard (OTCBB: SBSW), a global provider of security and hosted office solutions for small and midsize businesses (SMBs), today announced its LivePrism™ on-demand services will be available for resale through the Jamcracker Service Delivery Network (JSDN) beginning April 2007.

"Our partnership with Jamcracker will enable us to leverage a high growth digital distribution channel with a leading provider in the marketplace," said Vince Rossi, president and CEO of St. Bernard. "This strategic initiative is an additional vehicle for St. Bernard to capitalize on our momentum and further extend our market reach to deliver our LivePrism on-demand solution to SMB customers in an innovative fashion."

Jamcracker's Service Delivery Network enables service providers, resellers and vendors to quickly and efficiently deliver on-demand services to businesses and consumers. Under the terms of the agreement, Jamcracker will offer St. Bernard's on-demand security and collaboration suite, LivePrism, through its global network of service providers, wholesalers and resellers. St. Bernard now has access to a services-delivery infrastructure designed to deliver SMB-focused products in a completely automated and streamlined fashion.

IDC predicts the Software-as-a-Service market will experience a 21 percent compound annual growth rate during the next three years, reaching $10.7 billion worldwide by 2009.(1)

"The JSDN is a customer-driven, on-demand marketplace that includes a wide range of best-of-breed service offerings," said Steve Crawford, vice president of marketing at Jamcracker. "We are pleased to extend St. Bernard's on-demand security services through our global network of service providers and resellers."

St. Bernard provides the SMB market with a broad range of flexible and integrated hosted solutions, including secure content management, messaging continuity and collaboration. St. Bernard's LivePrism is designed to specifically meet SMB needs to increase productivity and efficiency. Its Secure Content Management solution provides email protection from spam, viruses and other malicious threats, along with IM threat protection and Web filters to enforce acceptable usage policies. It also includes an extensive Hosted Email offering. More information on LivePrism can be found at:

About St. Bernard

St. Bernard (OTCBB: SBSW) is a global provider of comprehensive security and hosted office solutions for small and midsize businesses (SMBs). St. Bernard also provides the SMB market with a broad range of flexible and integrated hosted solutions, including secure content management, messaging continuity and collaboration.

The company's award-winning products deliver innovative security solutions that offer the best combination of ease-of-use, performance and value. Established in 1995 with headquarters in San Diego, CA and international offices in the United Kingdom, Australia and the Netherlands, St. Bernard sells and supports its products directly and through solution partners worldwide. For more information, please visit

About Jamcracker

Jamcracker enables service providers, resellers, and vendors to deliver On-Demand Services to businesses and consumers. Jamcracker's partners increase revenue by easily adding and bundling new services with their existing offerings, while increasing profitability by automating and streamlining all of the operational processes required for successful On Demand delivery.

The Jamcracker Service Delivery Network (JSDN) provides an ecosystem of product providers including ISVs, Software as a Service (SaaS) and Web Services and service providers such as telecommunication companies, ISPs, vertical service providers, Managed Service Providers (MSPs), Value Added Resellers (VARs), Systems Integrators and other channel partners. The On Demand services are certified and included in the JSDN Marketplace, from which service providers and resellers can easily select, bundle, sell and deliver to their customers.

©2007 St. Bernard Software Inc. All rights reserved. The St. Bernard Software logo, LivePrism, iPrism and Open File Manager are trademarks of St. Bernard Software Inc. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are hereby acknowledged.

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(1) The IDC study, Worldwide and US Software as a Service 2005-2009 Forecast and Analysis: Adoption for the Alternative Delivery Model Continues (IDC #33120)

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