Saturday, 24 December 2011

Sify Technologies introduce cloud-based online storage - Sify mystorage

Losing one's critical information, be it in the form of documents, mail, photos, et al can prove frustrating to anyone. With an aim to bring a solution to this, Sify Technologies have launched their online-based cloud storage service, called Sift mystorage. Confirming in an official statement, Sifty states that their cloud-based online storage service is also a backup solution targeted for consumers, in general and to small businesses. With Sify mystorage, confirms the official statement, users will be able to safeguard their important files - be it in the form of documents, mail, photos, videos, music from threats like virus attacks, file corruption, accidental deletion or a PC crash.
At the launch of Sify mystorage
At the launch of Sify mystorage

Explaining the merits of the service, Sify claims that, "With a single mystorage account, a user can backup and store documents from any number of devices. A file saved in Sify mystorage can be accessed online from anywhere or can be shared with friends and family easily. Sify mystorage is intuitive to the extent that the user’s files are organized and stored in the cloud in exactly the same folder structure as in his/her device.

To cater to the varied requirements of its different section of users, Sify mystorage can be availed by users, according to the plan of their choice. Plans start at Rs.175 per month for 10GB storage. Users can also make changes to their plans online.  The service, claims Sify comes with a MS-Office plug-in, using which users can upload and backup documents directly from MS Office applications: MS-Office Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc.

At the launch, Mr. Natesh Mani, President – Commercial & Consumer Business, Sify Technologies Ltd, said, “Sify is deeply committed to enabling a digital lifestyle for its consumers. As one of India’s largest and most advanced data centre companies, we are confident of revolutionizing daily life with valuable and novel cloud services."

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