Thursday, June 5, 2014

A New Way to Share: Introducing

By  on June 4, 2014

If you haven’t yet heard of, I won’t blame you. After all, the startup’s Kickstarter campaign only launched at 9 am this morning, Warsaw time, while their software is still in beta testing. Nonetheless, some eight hours later it’s already made it to Kickstarter’sdiscover page, and is trending at #2 on today’s top ten! Add that to the splash they made at TechCrunch Disrupt Berlin last year, and we’re looking at a serious competitor on the global stage.
So what is it, and why is it already generating so much hype on both sides of the Atlantic? To find out, I spoke with COO Marek Cieśla.

Bitspiration: First of all – what exactly is Is it software? Is it hardware? Both?

Marek Cieśla: That’s a good question. is actually software that is like BitTorrent Sync but for business. It uses protocols that enable on demand channels between peers or computers to exchange data between themselves without the use of external servers or public clouds. That’s the first aspect.

We knew that the service itself was great, but of course it had some disadvantages. For example, if you’re using the software on your laptop and you switch your laptop off but still want to share your data with someone else, it’s inaccessible. That’s why we decided to create storage that will host and sync and do local backups of your files and your friends’ or teams’ files even when your laptop is switched off, like a normal network.    Read on...

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This is a partial repost of an article that appeared on on June 4, 2014

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