LogMeIn launches “Cubby” a cloud storage service

Posted: May 14, 2012 in Technology
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LogMeIn launches “Cubby” to take on DropBox and other cloud storage services. Your stuff can be shared across all your computers, tablets and smartphones and are always accessible at Cubby.com.

The difference between Cubby and other storage services is that instead of having to copy files over to a different folder, Cubby lets you keep your existing file structure, allowing you to “cloud-enable” the folders you want synced. Also, you get 5 GB of free storage!!

Cubby also lets you configure which files or folders are to be synced where. Folders can also be shared with your friends. It has a default “My Cubby” folder for those who don’t care about file structure.

Cubby is currently in beta and only accepts via invitations.

To sign up for your beta Cubby account, head to Cubby.com



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