SmartFile is heating up in the news with more great reviews spreading like wildfire! Experts from top online media sources like Technorati, Digital Journal and Investment Underground are helping start the fire. But, our technology was already burning since the world was turning…in 2009. Okay, Okay…That’s enough of the Billy Joel song reference. Let’s get down to business!
If you are using another provider of less caliber (but more expensive), or haven’t taken SmartFile for a FREE 14 Day test spin yet, you may reconsider after reading what the experts are saying about us.
Here are just a few recent articles featuring SmartFile:
– Technorati: “Businesses Save Money by Storing in the Clouds”
Chris Null of LAPTOP Magazine was recently pointed out in a separate article that businesses no longer have to pay for file servers and can cut costs by storing files in clouds. Technorati mentions SmartFile in this article that discusses the many benefits of using a cloud instead of a costly server (ongoing maintenance) to share and store files.
“The company, founded by John Hurley and Ben Timby, is continuing to expand it’s file sharing and storage services for businesses. Just recently, SmartFile announced an open source web app contest for Indiana college students.”
– Investment Underground – “SmartFile Takes File Sharing To The Next Level”
Susan Wright of InvestmentUnderground.com sat down with John Hurley, President and Co-Founder of SmartFile, to learn more about him, how SmartFile was started and where we are going.
“SmartFile is made up of tech gurus who are passionate about big data and file sharing. Servicing thousands of companies in over 140 countries, SmartFile is a self-funded, debt free venture that is growing at a fast pace.”
– Digital Journal – “Cloud Storage the Temporary Fix Until DNA Computer Data Storage”
Andrew Moran of Digital Journal highlights SmartFile in an interesting concept-based article on the future of digital asset management. Third party hosting companies such as ShareFile, YouSendIt and Box are mentioned.
“Accessing files is faster and more secure and there are different techniques to reach the data that is more effective than its cloud competitors.”