Bedford, TX (PRWEB) April 09, 2013
The second annual Plant a Tree Promotion from cloud storage provider, FilesAnywhere, begins today. FilesAnywhere will plant a tree on behalf of every user who signs up for an online storage plan or upgrades and existing plan during Earth Month.
The purpose of the promotion is two fold: to raise awareness for Arbor Day, and to remind users of the connection between between using cloud services and protecting natural resources, as illustrated in this infographic.
"FilesAnywhere users are already taking a step to protect the environment by using our services like cloud storage, online file sharing, and mobile faxing to decrease their dependence on paper," says CEO and founder of FilesAnywhere, Tim Rice. "We want to reward those who commit to continuing these actions by planting a tree on their behalf - to serve as a reminder of the good they are doing long term."
The promotion will continue until the end of April, spanning both Arbor Day and Earth Day.
The Arbor Day Foundation will plant the trees donated from the promotion in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, located in Northern California.
For more details on the Plant a Tree promotion, or to find out more about paperless initiatives from FilesAnywhere, visit the company blog or contact Nicole Durham at media(at)filesanywhere(dot)com.
Since 1999, FilesAnywhere has provided simple, mobile access to files, cloud backup, storage, collaboration, virtual data rooms, and branded file portals for both consumers and businesses. FilesAnywhere is a trademark of Officeware Corporation. Headquartered in Bedford, Texas, Officeware Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Immediatek, Inc. (IMKI), a Mark Cuban Company. For information call 855-SYNC-NOW or 972-893-3301.