Lenovo soon open its data storage service in the cloud
Being one of the few PC manufacturers has shown good economic figures for the last time , Lenovo now wants to invest part of their large pool of money to open a new service, to see if in the future make further grow its already successful business . It would be a data storage platform in the Internet cloud, which would save all kinds of files for later access from any device, anywhere.
Lenovo Called Reach, the service is very similar to what it offers Acer Cloud, Microsoft SkyDrive, Apple iCloud and so on, with Lenovo going to compete at a category where there is more than enough deals around. That’s why the company wants to move a little in this field: Registration Opens today for stakeholders coming on June 22 to a closed testing period (beta), choosing only a few.
Those interested can register at lenovo.com / lenovoreach , detailing the initial offer 5GB is free and can be stored passwords and login data in addition to files. If all goes well and the service works, the company promises that before reach Lenovo year-end would be available to all users.Beta, cloud, Internet, Internet Cloud, Lenovo, lenovo reach, nube, nube de internet, reach