Lost Cellphones Bring Out Worst in Nosy People
"Smartphones are the object often lost by visitors to Las Vegas, according to research by the computer data firm Mozy."
By Richard Lake, Las Vegas Review-Journal, May 10, 2013
Give Me A Little Backup
"MozyPro gives the good, the better and the best of personal data backup."
Utah Valley Magazine, May/June 2013 (page 94)
EMC backup boss Churchward speaks out
"We have brought Mozy into the portfolio of BRS. Mozy does backup as a service, and that's definitely moving upstream..."
By Dave Raffo, SearchDataBackup, April 29, 2013
Rutgers Student Loses Thesis: 5 Ways To Back Up Your Data And Documents
"Online backup services: Services like ... Mozy ... back up your entire computer to a remote location for a monthly fee."
By Luke Villapaz, International Business Times, April 24, 2013
A Mix of Clouds & Sunshine
"Simply speaking, the 'cloud' is a place to put your data that’s accessible via the Internet. Services such as ... Mozy.com ... advertise cheap and reliable storage, and that’s true. Storing in the cloud can result in massive savings, plus the certainty that your data will be accessible when you need it."
By Nick Selby and Dave Henderson, Law Officer, April 2013
Cloud-based backup: Is it right for long-term storage?
"Mozy … will keep a file as long as it's on your drive (or at least the part of your drive that you're backing up), and for an additional 30 days after it disappears. That seems fair to me."
By Lincoln Spector, PC World, April 4, 2013
Spanning Cloud, Mozy Strike Co-Marketing Agreement
"Spanning has made its name in cloud backup with an enterprise-class data protection solution available for Google Apps, whereas Mozy by EMC (NYSE: EMC) provides cloud backup and data access to its customers."
By Chris Talbot, Talkin' Cloud, April 1, 2013
World Backup Day: Now's the Time to Fortify Your Digital Existence
"Take Mozy, for example. The company offers automatic online backups of your entire system … And it's pretty affordable at $6 a month for 50GB of storage and one computer."
By Alexandra Chang, Wired, March 31, 2013