Mozy passes 150,000 customer milestone
SALT LAKE CITY — Wednesday, January 31, 2007 — Berkeley Data Systems announced today the release of Mozy 1.8, which supports Windows Vista. With more than 150,000 subscribers, Mozy is the first online backup provider to support Microsoft's new operating system. In addition, Berkeley Data today announced the availability of its Mozy Unlimited backup service at established retailers, including OfficeDepot, CompUSA, Frys and Microcenter.
"With the release of 1.8, Mozy Online Backup is now even easier to use, yet it retains the flexibility that power users demand," said Josh Coates, founder and CEO of Berkeley Data Systems. "With Mozy, we're providing a service that is simple, automatic and secure."
Berkeley Data offers Mozy free, which provides 2 GB of automatic online backup for free, and Mozy Unlimited, which provides unlimited online backup for just $4.95 a month. Both versions includ...
SALT LAKE CITY — Thursday, Dec. 14, 2006 — Berkeley Data Systems, creators of Mozy online backup (www.mozy.com), today announced the release of Mozy Unlimited Backup. For $4.95 a month, users may now back up unlimited amounts of data and have access to an unlimited number of restores. Users may choose month-to-month or annual plans, and Mozy will continue to offer consumers 2 GB of automatic online backup for free.
"Since announcing our beta in April, we've grown to more than 100,000 users." said Josh Coates, founder and CEO of Berkeley Data Systems. "The goal of Mozy is to be super simple for mainstream users but also offer power users advanced functionality. Mozy has always been free, automatic, and secure; and now for $4.95 a month, it's unlimit...
Founder and CEO presents with Microsoft and Google at Telecosm Conference Panel
SALT LAKE CITY — October 3, 2006 — Josh Coates, founder and CEO of Berkeley Data Systems (www.mozy.com), will speak with Microsoft and Google representatives at the 2006 Gilder/Forbes Telecosm conference in Lake Tahoe Thursday, Oct.5 regarding the topic, "Storewidth Cyberplexes: Can Google Be Stopped?" The session will be moderated by George Gilder and aims to answer the question, "Are massively parallel, shared-memory computer farms destined to rule the Net?"
"Google is the clear leader in search innovation, but I think the field is open when it comes to mass Internet storage systems," Coates said. "At Berkeley Data Systems, we're solely focused on the petabyte storage problem and have innovated beyond simple mirror-based systems."
A technologist whose entire career has been dedicated to building large scale storage sy...
Broadband Users Can Protect Critical Data Easily and Securely Over the Internet
APRIL 4, 2006 — Salt Lake City — Berkeley Data Systems launches free, secure remote backup at Mozy.com, an automatic remote backup service for any PC in any home or office. Users can access their encrypted data from any computer in the world with Internet access. Mozy offers a free alternative to external hard drives, expensive subscription services, or the complications involved with burning CDs or DVDs to the over 65 million home broadband users in the US*. Mozy software and two gigabytes (GB) of backup capacity are immediately available at www.mozy.com. Mozy software is simple to install, configure and contains no adware or spyware.
"At some point, everyone goes through the heartache of data loss — either through a hard drive crash, an accidental deletion, a theft, a flood or a fire. The obvious solution is automatic remote ba...