ROME, January 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Memopal (http://www.memopal.com) presents its all-new Online Backup service, the result of over five years' experience in the cloud sector. Over 1 million users worldwide use Memopal. TELCO, a leading hard drive and antivirus software manufacturer, have already chosen Memopal as a partner for integrating their online backup and sales offer.
What is Memopal? Memopal simplifies your life because it continuously and automatically backs up files from your computer to remote servers with a 256-bit encrypted connection. Thanks to Memopal, your files are secure and can be recovered online at any time from the web app or your cell phone using the dedicated apps. Memopal is compatible with the most popular operating systems: Windows, Macintosh, Linux, iOS and Android. Memopal is available in a 3GB freeware version forever, a 500GB Pro version at 79€ annually, or a White Label version that is customizable with your own brand.
Only 10% of computer users in America made a backup copy of their files in 2012. Backing up files to an external hard drive requires time and effort, and generally the need to have a copy of all your files arises only when you've already lost them due to a malfunction or stolen computer. Memopal solves all your problems.
Why is Memopal different from sync services? Memopal differs from sync services because it provides long term protection from your computer towards the cloud, and not vice-versa. Files that are on Memopal are not synced and downloaded to all your devices, in order to avoid weighing them down.
Furthermore, your Memopal protected files deleted from your computer are not automatically deleted from your backup. If your hard drive is getting cramped for available disk space, you can upload all your files to Memopal and delete them from your computer. You can then download just the files you need at any time, and the other files will safely remain on Memopal. If you're sharing folders with friends, there's no worry that shared files will be mistakenly deleted, since files remain on Memopal until file owners decide to delete them manually from their accounts.