The amount of digital content consumers own is growing at an amazing rate, yet it can be hard to get privacy and security right without impacting the mobility and usability of digital assets.
Mountain View, Calif. (PRWEB) January 02, 2014
Bitcasa, the cloud storage company that makes your digital belongings infinitely useful, today announced its CEO, Brian Taptich, will be presenting on a panel at Storage Visions 2014, January 5-6 at The Riveria in Las Vegas.
WHAT: As part of the panel, “Bringing it All Back Home? Making, Saving, Sharing and Protecting Family and Business Content,” panel participants from PriceG2, IDC, NETGEAR, DROBO and ioSafe will join Taptich to discuss technology and business models enabling personal cloud storage to meet the increasing need for ways to organize, backup, share and manage rich personal and commercial content.
WHEN: Monday, January 6 from 4:45-6:00pm PT
WHERE: Storage Visions 2014
Riviera Hotel & Casino
2901 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV
“The amount of digital content consumers own is growing at an amazing rate, yet it can be hard to get privacy and security right without impacting the mobility and usability of digital assets,” said Brian Taptich, CEO of Bitcasa. “We have developed a secure storage layer that enables more flexible and secure ways of sharing and storing content across devices.”
Backed by top-tier investors, including Horizons Ventures, Pelion Venture Partners, Samsung Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz, Bitcasa provides a home for your digital belongings. Bitcasa believes that your digital belongings are your own, and that only you should control who can access and use them. With access across all devices; Android, iOS, Windows, Windows RT, Mac OSX, and the Web, Bitcasa enables you to take your stuff with you everywhere and share or stream it from any device. Bitcasa designed the software to ensure complete privacy with client-side encryption, so your belongings are always your own. Download at http://www.bitcasa.com, and follow us at http://www.twitter.com/bitcasa and http://www.facebook.com/bitcasa.