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Newly Appointed Chief Financial Officer Brings Background in Network Security, IPOs, and Start-Ups to FaceTime's Executive Team

Tue, 01/12/2010 - 9:01am
The Associated Press

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FaceTime Communications (www.facetime.com (http://www.facetime.com) ), the leading provider of solutions enabling the safe use of Web 2.0 and Unified Communications in the enterprise, today announced the appointment of Tim Conley (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/tim-conley/1/312/602) as Chief Financial Officer. Tim brings extensive strategic and tactical financial management experience to the FaceTime executive team (http://www.facetime.com/company/management.aspx) gained during more than 25 years as CFO for both private and publicly owned technology companies. He has provided the financial leadership that resulted in successful initial public offerings (IPOs), mergers, acquisitions and various other strategic activities.

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Prior to joining FaceTime, Tim was the CFO of Tumbleweed Communications, a public company (now Axway), which specialized in secure e-mail and file transfer technology for enterprise and government networks. Previously he was Vice President of Finance and CFO of Valicert Inc., a technology company specializing in secure Internet communications and identity validation software for file transfer, financial messaging, and business process integration. Tim was instrumental in taking Valicert public; the company was then acquired by Tumbleweed in 2003.

"We are very fortunate to be able to add Tim's extensive financial and business expertise to the FaceTime executive team," said Kailash Ambwani (http://www.linkedin.com/profile?viewProfile&key230339&authTok n6 NEv&authTypename) , President and CEO of FaceTime. "Tim brings experience from both start-ups and public companies, and the journey between the two. He understands issues surrounding compliance and regulation such as Sarbanes-Oxley and the pressures of international operations -- concerns that our customers face when dealing with how to control and monitor unified communications and Web 2.0 applications within their networks." "It's a great opportunity to be joining a company that is at the centre of enabling enterprises to securely take advantage of Web 2.0 communications," stated Tim Conley. "The convergence between public communications such as social networks and micro blogging, with corporate based UC systems is one of the most exciting developments in communications in years and I'm looking forward to being a part of it with FaceTime."

Tim is a certified public accountant and worked with technology companies while at Price Waterhouse where he was an audit manager. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration, Accounting emphasis, from the University of Wisconsin, Superior.

About FaceTime Communications Inc. (http://www.facetime.com/)

FaceTime Communications enables the safe and productive use of Unified Communications and Web 2.0, including social networks, blogs, and instant messaging. Ranked number one by IDC for five consecutive years, FaceTime's award-winning solutions are used by more than 1,500 customers for the security, management and compliance of real-time communications. FaceTime supports or has strategic partnerships with all leading public IM network and Unified Communications providers, including AOL, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Skype, IBM and Cisco.

FaceTime is headquartered in Belmont, California. For more information visit http://www.facetime.com (http://www.facetime.com) .

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