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Port Chester, NY, May 8, 2011 –/BackupReview.info/– Freeing your digital media from its home device, MiMedia today launches a large free cloud access and backup plan. Anyone can now put up to 7 GB–the equivalent of 1,000+ songs, 1,400+ photos, 140+ videos or 7,000+ documents–in the cloud, to stream and share from any web-enabled computer, iPhone or iPad. To get started, visit www.mimedia.com.
“MiMedia was built for anyone who wants to enjoy their media whenever and wherever they want, with the security and peace of mind that their digital files are always protected,” said Erik Zamkoff, CEO & Founder, MiMedia. “We are excited that you can now experience MiMedia’s user-friendly and comprehensive platform for free to instantly access thousands of your favorite songs, photos, videos and documents from anywhere.”
The 7 GB plan from MiMedia offers more free capacity and capabilities versus other service providers like DropBox and Mozy. Files are elegantly presented and logically organized so that users can listen to their favorite playlists, watch videos, view photo galleries and search for documents from a single online portal. They can also share photos and videos via private email links, create and upload new albums directly to Facebook, or post to any of 16 social networks, including Twitter and LinkedIn.
For larger collections of music, videos and photos, MiMedia offers the best paid value with a 250 GB option at $9.99 per month or $99 per year, and plans up to 1 TB. Subscribers of the 250+ GB plans have the unique option to backup their media with the patent-pending Shuttle Drive, a plug-and-play USB hard drive that drastically accelerates the initial upload, eliminating long broadband uploads that can take weeks or months to complete. Visit http://www.mimedia.com/plans/ for additional details.
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