FilesAnywhere.com Celebrates 14 Years of Business
Cloud Storage Leader, FilesAnywhere, celebrates 14 years of business in one of the fastest growing industries of the decade.
Bedford, Texas (PRWEB) July 04, 2013
FilesAnywhere celebrates its 14th year of providing secure, reliable online backup and file sharing solutions for consumers and corporations.
Co-founders Tim Rice and Chetan Jailty established FilesAnywhere in 1999 as a creation of Officeware Systems, a software design and consulting firm. Rice and Jailty leveraged their background in corporate and government information systems to create a cloud storage service with a focus security and reliability.
FilesAnywhere became popular with IT influencers and early adopters, attracting the attention of internet entrepreneur, Mark Cuban, who made a private investment in the company in 2005. Officeware Systems later completed a reverse merger with Cuban's company, Immediatek, Inc., making FilesAnywhere a publicly traded company.
"It's a very exciting time for the company," says President and CEO, Rice. "We've witnessed the adoption of cloud-based services like FilesAnywhere grow over the past 14 years into a model that consumers and businesses are now integrating into their lives."
As one of the first cloud-based services, FilesAnywhere transformed the way people share information. Today, the company continues to offer innovative solutions combined with unparalleled service and exceptional security.
Since 1999, FilesAnywhere has provided simple, mobile access to files, cloud backup, storage, collaboration, virtual data rooms, and branded file portals for both consumers and businesses. FilesAnywhere is a trademark of Officeware Corporation. Headquartered in Bedford, Texas, Officeware Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Immediatek, Inc. (IMKI), a Mark Cuban Company.
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