SugarSync is a cloud storage startup company that has raised $3 million in funding, according to an SEC filing. The funding was in the form of a debt raise and they plan to use the funding to hire more product development employees.
SugarSync is a cloud storage startup that has hired former Intuit vice president of marketing and business development (Financial Services division) Mike Grossman as the CEO of the company. SugarSync competes against large storage companies such as Dropbox and Google Drive. Former SugarSync CEO Laura Yecies said that she would be resigning back in February. However she said she would help the company’s board of directors find a new CEO.
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SugarSync is a cloud sharing application that has launched version 2.0 beta. The new version is available in the form of desktop software, the web, and Android application. Mac and Windows users can have direct file system access to all of their cloud files so you can transfer documents and other data without having to launch the app of web interface.