DATA DEPOSIT BOX Recognized as Top Canadian Technology Company

TORONTO, July 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Data Deposit Box Inc. (“Data Deposit Box”) (CSE:DDB) (OTCQB:DDBXF) (Frankfurt:2DD) is honored to be recognized (by Branham Group), as one of Canada’s best technology companies. Branham Group included Data Deposit in the 2018 edition of the Branham Top 300 list; an independent ranking of Canada’s top technology companies.

This marks the first time Data Deposit Box has been listed in the top 250 of Branham’s annual survey; placing the company 242 out of 250 companies.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by Branham as one Canada’s top technology companies. Our success is made possible by the continued commitment of our team to be a leader in the cloud storage market,” said CEO Tim Jewell.

In 2017, Data Deposit Box focused on improving the customer experience and operations. In 2018, the company is focused on providing seamless integration with products that complement the Data Deposit Box offering, and developing new products that enhance the Data Deposit Box portfolio.

To this end, the company has made numerous announcements recently that included certifications by Synology and QNAP, the release of a new product called LiveLink Web, and participation in the Hyperledger (blockchain) community. 

“Once again, Canada’s ICT professionals can be very proud of both the growth and the innovation they produced last year, and we are once again pleased to shine a congratulatory spotlight on this critical industry,” said Wayne Gudbranson, CEO, Branham Group.

To view the listing and for more information about the Branham Top 300, visit

Branham Group Inc., a global Information and Communication Technology (ICT) industry analyst and strategic marketing company, celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Branham300 in 2018. The Branham300 is the best-known and most widely referenced listing of Canada's top ICT companies, ranked by revenue. The listing also tracks the top ICT multinationals operating in Canada, plus Up and Coming firms, those young Canadian companies Branham Group believes will be big hits soon.

Branham Group’s ranking is unique in Canada because it tracks both publicly held and privately owned companies. It is the only comprehensive list to do so.

Providing advanced, cloud-based data back-up since 2002, Data Deposit Box is one of the world's first and foremost data backup, protection and recovery providers for Managed Service Providers (MSPs), as well as Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs). Data Deposit Box offers full white labeling for larger MSPs. Based in Toronto, Canada, Data Deposit Box is trusted by over 5,000 MSPs, SMBs and personal end-users world-wide to make data back up as simple and smart as possible. Our recently introduced Secure Email Archiving has great potential in the larger Enterprise market as well as in our existing market. Data Deposit Box has refactored components of its existing cloud platform to develop products for the Blockchain industry. ProActiveMSP, patented web based remote device management software that does not require a Virtual Private Network (VPN), serves markets such as Network Attached Storage (NAS), printers, routers, firewalls, etc.  Applications also exist for the Internet of Things (IOT) which involves products for the Consumer, Business and Public markets.

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Tim Jewell

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