Singapore-headquartered Dropmysite, which provides cloud-based backup solutions for SMEs, has rebranded to Dropsuite.
Singapore-based serial entrepreneur John Fearon has vacated his post at the accelerator and investments holding company he founded, Gilcrux Holdings, to focus on his new incubator JF2, handing over the Gilcrux Holdings CEO reins to current COO John Sharp.
Dropmysite has rolled out its Dropmymobile app, designed to safeguard users’ mobile data.
Singapore startup Dropmysite has appointed Ridley Ruth as its new COO. He was formerly the general manager of the StopTheHacker web security line at San Francisco-based startup CloudFlare Inc.
Website backup service provider Dropmysite said it has partnered with Brazilian Internet service provider Cipnet Serviços de Internet to provide its service to the latter’s customers.
Indian webhosting provider ZNetLive has signed a partnership with Dropmysite Pte Ltd that will expand the presence of the Singapore-headquartered startup’s cloud backup products in the subcontinent.
Dropmysite seeks to serve the underserved segment of companies with under 10 employees, while expanding its footprint via strategic partnership to leverage rising global demand for secure cloud-based backup services.
Crystal Horse Investments has just made its exit from Gilcrux Holdings, at a value that was 10 times the initial sum it invested.
Dropmysite, the startup aiming ‘to back up the Internet,’ has launched white-labelling for its automatic website/ database backup service.
Former BlackBerry director John Leung has joined Singapore-based startup Dropmysite as its new vice-president of sales for Asia.