Otixo Launches Service for Leaping Between Clouds

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Otixo recently launched its cloud-aggregation service, giving cloud users the ability to access all their online files from a single login.

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Otixo aims to bring order and simplicity back to the online experience. It works with the many fantastic services people already use, while offering a central point of access, search, and interoperability.

Otixo recently launched its cloud-aggregation service, giving cloud users the ability to access all their online files from a single login. Already boasting industry kudos and a sizable international following, Otixo (http://www.otixo.com) offers users a way to maximize the benefits of their existing cloud services—saving time, reducing costs, and facilitating collaboration.

Increasing numbers of individuals, businesses, and educational institutions are looking for cost-effective and efficient ways to access all of their online information. Cloud services like Dropbox , Google Docs, Box, MobileMe, Amazon S3, SugarSync, SkyDrive, etc., allow users to store, share, and backup their data anytime or anyplace. But juggling these services—managing multiple passwords, remembering what files are stored where, and coordinating access between users with different services—can itself create headaches. Otixo positions itself to solve that problem.

Otixo brings together isolated cloud-offerings on the web into one simple access point. With Otixo users can:

  •          Access their clouds via a web application, mobile device, or from their desktop.
  •         Search across all connected services.
  •         Copy, move, and preview files without downloading them first.
  •         Open/edit files in their native services.
  •         Share and collaborate across many services without having to move files to a single location.

Founder/CEO Shannon Thomas says, “Otixo aims to bring order and simplicity back to the online experience. It works with the many fantastic services people already use, while offering a central point of access, search, and interoperability.”

The launch includes a fully-featured, free plan that has a monthly bandwidth cap which is suitable for most personal-use needs. The business plan is $9.99 per month for a single-user license and offers unlimited bandwidth.

The next step for the Boulder-based company is to attract more project-focused users who need advanced functions and integrations, paving the way for corporate licensing options, customizations and partnerships.

To learn more about Otixo, visit otixo.com.

Media Contacts:
Molly Dolby
(720) 334-8496
press(at)otixo(dot)com

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