AVG LiveKive Graduates Out of Beta, Released to the Public
Article by George Norman
On 08 Apr 2011
Back in February, AVG Technologies was announcing to the world that in the near future it would release a new cloud-based storage solution for archiving and sharing content, solution called AVG LiveKive. At the time AVG Technologies was touting the fact that LiveKive would offer simple, safe and reliable storage making it very easy to archive and share data.

By mid-March we were reporting that if you wanted to Beta test AVG LiveKive codename AirSpace, you could do so. All you had to do was go to avg.com/airspace-2 and after answering a few questions about yourself, and filling out a registration form, you could put LiveKive through its paces.

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Today we are glad to announce that AVG LiveKive has graduated out of Beta, that it has been released as a final product. LiveKive offers 5GB of storage space for free; you can upload up to 5GB to the cloud free of charge. To celebrate the launch of LiveKive, AVG is offering a pretty interesting deal: $80 and you get unlimited storage space for the entire year.

To get started with LiveKive, you can create a new account here.
You can learn more about it
here.

And now, some words from two top figures at AVG Technologies, leading provider of internet and mobile security software.

"Consumers are increasingly aware of the need to protect their personal data. By providing secure and easy automatic backup, AVG LiveKive offers users vital peace of mind, something we believe is essential for all of our customers," said J.R. Smith, CEO, AVG Technologies. "As the largest provider of free anti-virus, we are focusing our expertise to creating a secure ecosystem of products and services that our customers can use with confidence. Cloud-based secured storage allows customers to save and share their personal memories and data, with the knowledge they are protected by AVG’s advanced security,"

"Our customers have told us that they know how important it is to backup their vital data including photos, videos and music, but they’ve also told us that they find it to be a chore," added Stephen Simpson, Global Head of Consumer Propositions, AVG Technologies. "AVG LiveKive’s ‘set and forget’ feature means that consumers can have peace of mind when it comes to their valuable data. By utilizing AVG LiveKive, their important data on our secure servers can be easily recovered in the event their computers are damaged, lost or stolen."

Simpson went on to say that "The ability to access your files from any PC, Mac or even your iPhone or Android device, is where AVG LiveKive truly demonstrates its power over more traditional backup methods such as external hard drives. The ability to share large files securely through AVG LiveKive’s Share rooms feature also enables users to overcome another obstacle when it comes to sharing files that are simply too big to send via email."



Tags: AVG Technologies, AVG LiveKive, Cloud, Storage, Sync
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