CX Inc. has declared its emergence in Cloud Space.
The company, whose initials stand for “cloud experience,” is a consumer-focused cloud computing company backed by TomorrowVentures and Hanna Capital with offices in Phoenix/Scottsdale; Palo Alto, Calif.; and Buenos Aires, Argentina. TomorrowVentures is the venture capital enterprise of Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google.
“The Cloud” is a term that essentially refers to the Internet as a whole. When users access data on the Internet, Cloud Service data centers, managed by a third party, store and access that data. The data is securely stored and becomes available through the Internet itself, independent of what users have stored in their personal computers’ hard drives.
With CX Inc.’s cloud storage and data file management system, users have access to a safe platform in order to backup, synchronize, share and manage documents, photos, music and videos across various devices – including desktop computers, laptops, netbooks and mobile devices.
Brad Robertson, who has had 20 years of experience with technology startups, is the CEO of CX Inc. He says he hopes to offer users the most comprehensive and intuitive cloud management platform “bar none.”
Robertson says social networks, at the center of the digital universe, have irreversibly changed communication and group social dynamics. He says he believes the current model is imperfect, though, because users and files rely on the “Masters of the Universe.”
“At CX we intend to change all that,” said Robertson. He says he believed the future of social networks will be designed so that users are the “master of their own universe” and will dictate how their files are used and shared, taking control away from a “social hub behemoth.”