Available today the new Memopal version for Linux that supports Centos, Red Hat, Debian and Ubuntu

Rome, Italy, Oct. 29, 2012 — / — This new release comes with a graphical interface that makes backup configuration easier, while updating users in real time on their backup status. Memopal aims at making backup operations simple, keeping files safe in one place: your own Memopal space. Linux desktop users will find the new http-based UI very easy to use. Linux server users will appreciate the new CPU and RAM optimizations that allow continuous backup without affecting the server performance.

With these new releases Memopal is also targeting Routers and NAS manufacturers. The client can be compiled to run on devices with as small as 64MB of RAM. Embedded devices manufacturers are welcome to contact us to add cloud storage to their products. The Linux release is available to all Memopal users; backing up one or more additional Linux machine is completely free since Memopal’s offer is based on storage space not on number of devices.

Access to files coming from your PC, Mac and Linux computers from any internet connected device or through iPhone / iPad, Android or BlackBerry APP.

What you can do with Memopal:
* Keep your files safe: 3GB free and 200GB for 49€/year for all your computers.
* Access your files anytime.
* Share any documents with co-workers and friends.
* Stream your music.
* View all your photos and have your special moments always in your pocket thanks to the photo album function.

Purchase solutions from €49 for 200GB.

About Memopal:
Memopal is an online backup and storage service that simply and intuitively organises and protects files on all your computers. Why is Memopal different? Memopal adapts to the users’ needs, is multi-platform, compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry applications and is easy to use. At, you can activate 3GB of free space and purchase solutions from €49 for 200GB. For further information:

Lucia Bracci
Tel. +39 06 90 254 250

General Tags: software as a service, online backup services, online file storage, data security, compare online backups, online data backup, cloud computing, SaaS, backing up online, online backup, online backup companies, CEO interviews, online backup providers directory, online backup reviews, online backup news, online file backup, data storage, top rated online backups

Like us on Facebook

Do you like this post? Subscribe to our RSS feed ===========================


Related posts:

  1. Memopal Online Backup Adds New iPhone, iPad, Android and BlackBerry Apps
  2. NetJapan, Inc., Releases ActiveImage Protector 2016 Linux Edition, a High-Speed System Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution Now with Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 and CentOS 7.2
  3. Your Files Safely Protected Forever With the New Memopal Online Backup
  4. Code 42 Releases CrashPlan+, Version 3.0 Online Data Backup Software for Windows, Mac, Linux
  5. Review: MemoPal Online Backup
  6. Review: Memopal Online Backup Service
  7. Vaulten Releases Version 2.0, the Next-Gen Online Backup, File Sync and Sharing Product
  8. Novosoft Releases Handy Backup 7.3.1 and Announces Advanced Linux Backup Solution
  9. EnduraData Releases Version 3.1.5 of Its Cross-Platform File Replication, Remote Online Server and PC Backup, Remote Archive and Data Distribution Software
  10. eFileCabinet, Online Data Backup Provider, Releases Enhanced Version of Web-Based Client Portal Service