Toshiba has joined forces with digi.me to distribute our unique market-leading personal data software across Europe, North and Latin America.
This global distribution deal, which will see the electronics giant partnering and promoting digi.me through their marketing and social media channels, as well as pre-installing it in a number of laptops and tablets in the Latin America marketplace, comes as our app’s downloads and reputation continue to grow exponentially in an increasingly personal information aware and privacy-savvy marketplace.
It is a significant partner-signing that follows a particularly strong start to 2015 so far for digi.me (formerly SocialSafe), which has included graduating from the Microsoft Ventures Accelerator program in Paris and being chosen to showcase at Digital Catapult in London.
Digi.me founder Julian Ranger said: “Being selected by such a well-known brand as Toshiba shows that the digi.me vision of a world where we own and control our own personal information is coming ever closer.”
With further exciting developments coming, as well as a new iOS app being released imminently, this partnership with Toshiba sees digi.me taking yet another step forward on the global stage as we push to revolutionise the world of personal information.
Already familiar to French users where it is distributed as part of the Fnac security pack, this new deal with Toshiba will make digi.me and its role as your digital librarian, organising and securing your information for whatever need you wish, highly visible and desirable to a global marketplace.
If you want to join the online personal information revolution and haven’t already tried digi.me, you can download a free version here http://digi.me/ that allows you to back up, view and search content from four of your social network accounts. It also gives you 30 days’ free trial to the premium version which includes features such as personal collections, PDF export and stats.