Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Kim Dotcom's Mega offers 50GB of free cloud storage

Kim Dotcom reveals Mega will offer 50GB of free storage, hopes to offer Megaupload data transfer - The Next Web: "Kim Dotcom on Thursday used Twitter to reveal some interesting new tidbits in regards to his upcoming Mega service, which will be hosted at the New Zealand-based domain Mega.co.nz. Two days before the service is to go live, Doctom says he plans to offer 50GB of free storage to all members and is also working on bringing over users’ Megaupload files and data, but has so far run into legal issues."

Mega Launches Its Cloud Storage And File Sharing Service As 'The Privacy ...
Kim Dotcom's new secure file-storage and file-sharing venture Mega has now officially launched on a surge of interest. The timing of the launch, 6:48 a.m. New Zealand time on January 20, coincides with the one-year anniversary of the raid on his home ...

Will Kim Dotcom's Mega cloud storage service destroy the competition? [POLL]
Are you willing to trust Kim Dotcom again? This is a question we ask ourselves today as Mega is released to the public. MegaUpload's revival brings a completely new philosophy in mind. In comes Mega, a cloud storage service that has turned into a ...

Cloud storage service 'Mega' launches | News | TechRadar
Cloud storage service 'Mega' launches - Mega, a cloud storage site and successor to closed file-hosting site MegaUpload, launched today, gar.

Kim Dotcom's New MEGA Encrypted Cloud Storage: See No Evil, Store No Evil
Controversial file storage tycoon, Kim Dotcom, is launching his new encrypted cloud storage site MEGA in the U.S. tomorrow (note: link not currently active.) The service will offer 50GB of storage for free and three Pro tiers of 500GB to 4TB for $13 ...


Kim Dotcom's cloud storage service Mega opens limited access for some users
The Mega service is essentially a cloud storage locker that's similar to Dropbox, according to TechCrunch. Mega offers 50GB of free storage to users to upload all their media files, documents, and other files. But there's an indication that Mega will ...


How the Final Omnibus Rule Affects HIPAA Cloud Computing Providers
Smart Data Collective
So how do these modifications affect HIPAA cloud providers? While cloud providers have generally been considered and treated as business associates in the industry, the modifications make it even clearer that data center operators are officially ...

Mega arrives: Ars goes hands-on with Kim Dotcom's new cloud storage site
Ars Technica
Nearly one year after Kim Dotcom's Megaupload storage site was shuttered on criminal charges filed by the United States government, the big man is back with a new cloud storage service, called simply Mega. Why host in New Zealand? The site answers that...

Ars Technica

Kim Dotcom's 'Mega' Cloud Storage System Launches In Beta, Set To Take On ...
It's still unclear whether Mega will become a viable alternative to other storage lockers such as Box, Dropbox, Google Drive or Apple iCloud. For now, Mega remains a second-tier storage system in an increasingly congested field of cloud storage ...


How 'bring your own cloud' could kill BYOD
How many personal cloud services can you name? If you can name more than five without performing an Internet search, then you clearly see the problem. But it's not in the sheer number of personal cloud options that presents a problem, it's their ...

HP cloud chief's exit sparks more confusion
(gigaom.com) -- Updated: Hewlett-Packard's attempt to get its cloud computing strategy heard above the noise around the company's bigger woes took another hit this week.  Zorawar “Biri” Singh, who headed up HP's Converged Cloud and Cloud Services ...

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