Menu
Cubby officially out of the box

Cubby officially out of the box

Cloud sync and store service is generally available

LogMeIn has officially launched Cubby, its cloud sync and store service, that is now out of beta stage and generally available. According to the company, the beta attracted more users than any other in the company's history. Cubby allows users to turn any number of PC or Mac folders into ‘cubbies’ that can be accessed from Android phones and tablets, iPads and iPhones, as well other PCs and Macs from virtually anywhere in the world. The free version, Cubby Basic, includes Cubby’s signature sync-in-place flexibility (any folder can be a ‘cubby’), free desktop and mobile apps, 5GB of cloud storage, and the ability to share files via the cloud.  A premium version, Cubby Pro, builds on this by offering the flexibility to share content across computers with or without the cloud (via Cubby’s distinct DirectSync mode), additional controls for sharing your most sensitive content, multi-user accounts, and 100GB or more of cloud storage. “Cloud file sharing services too often force people to make choices between personal or business use, simplicity or flexibility, accessibility or security – compromises that don’t reflect the realities of how technology is increasingly adopted and used in today’s mobile workplace.  A nod to the rise of employee-introduced consumer cloud apps, Cubby is designed to deliver the elegance and ease individuals enjoy with the security and flexibility businesses demand ,” says Michael Simon, CEO of LogMeIn. “We believe that the overwhelmingly positive response we received during the Cubby beta – attracting both first-time cloud file sharing users and converts – points to broader demand for services like Cubby that help individuals and businesses, alike, reimagine the ways they collaborate on content.”


Follow Us

Join the newsletter!

Error: Please check your email address.

Featured

Slideshows

HP channel recognised at 2017 Partner Awards

HP channel recognised at 2017 Partner Awards

The HP Partner Awards 2017 at Shed 10 kicked off with an AMD-sponsored hackers lounge, a mysterious gaming style area filled with dry ice and red lasers, the waiters wearing Mr Robot style masks.

HP channel recognised at 2017 Partner Awards
Tech industry comes together as Lexel celebrates turning 30

Tech industry comes together as Lexel celebrates turning 30

Leading figures within the technology industry across New Zealand came together to celebrate 30 years of success for Lexel Systems, at a milestone birthday occasion at St Matthews in the City.​

Tech industry comes together as Lexel celebrates turning 30
HP re-imagines education through Auckland event launch

HP re-imagines education through Auckland event launch

HP New Zealand held an inaugural Evolve Education event at Aotea Centre in Auckland, welcoming over 70 principals, teachers and education experts to explore ways of shaping and enhancing learning using technology.

HP re-imagines education through Auckland event launch
Show Comments