Awards and Reviews
Mozy Stash Web Access Upgraded
"Mozy just recently updated the Mozy Stash web interface and I have to say it has gotten better."
John Tucker, Online Backup Deals, June 19, 2012
"Mozy…is considered by many consumers as the most trusted online backup service provider. The company offers 50 GB of storage space for $5.99, nearly half of what Dropbox charges for the same amount of space."
Digital Journal, May 31, 2012
Top Cloud Storage Providers In The Enterprise Market
"Mozy from EMC: This is another popular storage service that is used by more than 80,000 enterprises and is offered by one of the leaders in the enterprise storage and virtualization market—EMC."
BALAJI, Cloud Tweaks, May 31, 2012
MLB gets social in this infographic (by Mozy)
"Learn about baseball's social media trends -- from the difference in generations to how many kilobytes the Toronto Blue Jays use per day -- in this cool infographic from the online backup company Mozy."
ESPN.com, May 18, 2012
A Cloud Sync Storage Face-off
"If you're already a Mozy customer, Stash works. You have one folder that the desktop client (which lives in your menu bar) constantly monitors. If you make changes, these changes are synced to other computers hooked up to Mozy, and to Mozy's mobile apps."
Ellis Hamburger, The Verge, April 24, 2012
Want the simplest cloud storage solution? The most flexible? The best free service? Here's which is what.
"From the backup company Mozy (itself a part of EMC), there's a simple sync product called Stash. It should be a good solution for people who want to integrate their cloud backup accounts with the sync accounts … If you are a Mozy user, it's a nice add-on service."
Rafe Needleman, CNET, April 24, 2012
The 20 Coolest Cloud Storage & Data Center Vendors
"Owned by EMC, Mozy takes online backup up a notch. Mozy offers backup services for continuous or scheduled backup with the belief that backup should be a set-it-and-forget-it feature."
Andrew Hickey, CRN, March 13, 2012
Mozy Data Shuttle
"The Mozy Data Shuttle service allows companies to transfer an encrypted copy of large data sets, from 100 GB to 1-10 TB of data, to the company's data centers."