New Cloudfinder User Interface coming – Sneak Peek

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

In November, we are releasing a brand new user interface for the Cloudfinder platform! The updated design elements will allow us to more easily add the coming, exciting, new features we’ve been working on throughout 2013. With this release we are setting the new standard for SaaS backup.  

The Cloudfinder for Google Apps School – Restoring a Calendar

Thursday, October 17th, 2013

In Google Apps, once you delete a calendar, it’s practically impossible to restore it from within Google Apps. Even a single deleted event is very hard to recover, as described by Google here. In Cloudfinder, you can easily search for individual events based on any keywords and date filter, and you can just as easily…

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Takeaway points from the Salesforce Customer Company Tour

Tuesday, October 15th, 2013

I’m just back from a Salesforce customer and partner event for the Nordic countries, kind of a dress rehearsal for Dreamforce, and here are my three key takeaway points: Of the 3 customer stories from companies I saw on stage, the youngest was founded in 1951 and the oldest in 1853. Cloud solutions are not…

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At Cloudfinder we eat our own dog food

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

For us as a software development team, it’s so cool using our own product like a regular customer (a.k.a. eating your own dog food), and getting perfect results and having a great user experience. Only yesterday we had to look for around 20 files and emails. We weren’t really sure who had originally received or…

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The SaaS backup industry matures

Tuesday, October 8th, 2013

Yesterday, our competitors Backupify announced the new backup-as-a-service product they’ve been hinting for a long time. Congratulations to the new service, good luck, and thanks for helping to evangelize the importance of  second location backup in SaaS. Based on what’s been announced so far, it seems like a fairly traditional supporting service concept, where the…

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