Startup company SugarSync on Tuesday announced that it has struck a deal with Chinese computer making company Lenovo.
According to tech website PC Mag, San Mateo, California-based firm SugarSync, an expert in data synchronisation technology has announced that it will provide its in-house technology to Lenovo’s Think-branded line of personal computers.
"This demand for Cloud services on all devices has been a huge driver for SugarSync, as we support both Mac and PC platforms as well as 95 percent of all mobile devices worldwide.” the chief executive of SugarSync, Laura Yecies said while making the announcement. She also added that the deal with Lenovo will offer its Think-branded customers an edge over other PC users as they will have direct access to cloud storage technology.
The file backup, sharing, access and synchronisation software will be included in PC’s Simple Tap user interface, giving PC users a faster access to their personal cloud storage space. Once tapped, the SugarSync will enable PC users to store their media and other types of files safely and allow access to them later on in just one click.
Users will get 5 GB of storage space for free while up to 30 GB of data will cost them $10 per month which can further be upgraded to 500 GB for $40 monthly.