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CloudMe Goes Head to Head With Dropbox as the European Alternative(May 31, 2012)
LINKOPING, Sweden, May 31, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today's launched blue folder seamlessly makes information available and synchronized across devices. Install CloudMe on a computer or smart phone and the blue folder will appear. Make a change and it will propagate to all devices.
"It is all about making advanced technology simple and with the blue folder on your desktop or mobile device, it couldn't get easier to access and share information from anywhere," says Mathias Ericsson, CEO of CloudMe
CloudMe has been a technology forerunner with its rich applications for iPhone and Android. With the blue folder these clients can be used to access and share information from multiple computers at home and work. In line with its unique media focus it also streams music and keep photos in multiple resolutions. Move your music collection into the blue folder and enjoy streaming music from your smart phone – dramatically increasing its music library capabilities.
Advanced users are offered the ability to hotsync any folder. This adds flexibility for users that do not want to move their music or photo collections. Folders can also be set up to automatically download content from CloudMe; for instance photos taken by a smart phone while on vacation can in real-time be transferred to a computer at home.
Being a European alternative with in-house data centers also have a positive effect when considering legal uncertainties arising from governments like the US Patriot Act affecting most popular cloud storage providers.
Mathias Ericsson says, "CloudMe is a European boutique player for conscious customers with an eye for user experience, simplicity and media files. Our goal is to be the #1 European choice throughout the world."
CloudMe is a company within the innovation company Xcerion's portfolio. The service has close to 600000 users in 170 countries. Previously Xcerion have launched services like a virtual cloud desktop and developed the iCloud.com brand, today used by Apple. CloudMe is a service for storing and sharing digital media content with friends, family and colleagues. The service is available on all leading platforms. With a "freemium" business model, 3 GB is offered for free, but can be upgraded to 25 GB or 100 GB as needed.
CONTACT: Mathias Ericsson, CEO
+46 73-353 88 92
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