Backblaze, an online backup start-up, announced plans to release an iPhone app in coming weeks to let customers tap into their files.
"Having restored 2.5 billion files for our customers, we found that 22 percent of recoveries contained a single file and realized customers were using Backblaze to access their files remotely," said Chief Executive Gleb Budman in a statement. Backblaze's Web interface already lets people retrieve files, but the iOS app will extend the ability to mobile devices.
Backblaze still is chiefly about backup rather than synchronizing files across multiple devices. For example, it keeps … Read more