Find out what the Press has been writing about Dropmyemail.
By Chris Talbot | Talkin' Cloud, October 31, 2013
The former business development head for Google South East Asia is taking the reins at Dropmysite, a provider of email, website, database and mobile cloud backup services. Charif El Ansari will be charged with furthering the company's cloud business.
By Ephraim Batambuze III, June 11, 2013
With this new tool from Dropmyemail Business, corporations can now ensure transparency & accountability in all official corporate communications.
By Jon Russell, April 25, 2013
The website and email backup company receives investment from 500Startups seed fund to backup the Internet.
By Nicole Henderson, March 1, 2013
With this deal, Dropmysite will be able to reach SMBs in Latin America, Spanish-speaking America and Spain.
March 31, 2013
Dropmysite bills itself as Asia’s fastest growing startup for attracting 630,000 users within 50 days, faster than Twitter, Pinterest, and Fab.com.
By Jacky Yap, March 04, 2013
Shortly after announcing its partnership with Japan’s GMO Cloud to expand its email backup solution in Japan, Dropmysite has inked yet another partnership, this time, with a Mexican web hosting company.
By Terence Lee, February 19, 2013
Singapore company Dropmysite has revealed that 500 Startups venture partner George Kellerman was an investor in the company’s previous round.
By Jon Russell, January 15, 2013
Web backup service Dropmysite is making a big push into Japan after it announced a partnership with GMO Cloud.
By Karamjit Singh, January 04, 2013
Out of the 70 over startups that took part in last year’s inaugural DemoAsia held in March in Singapore, DropMySite was the one which impressed the judging panel the most and was declared the most impressive start-up.
By Dave Johnson, November 13, 2012
Have you ever worried about having access to your mail if it's hacked, the servers fail or you just need to migrate everything to a new account? If so, you might want to consider Dropmyemail.
By Erez Zukerman, November 05, 2012
If you only want your emails backed up, and don't want to download them to your computer, then Dropmyemail may be what you need.
By Pieter Kemps, October 19, 2012
It may be troublesome but to protect your emails, account details and privacy, you should reconsider. Simply put, backing up your emails is the easiest way for a peace of mind for your online interactions.
By Rick Martin, October 15, 2012
Dropmyemail Set to Pursue Opportunities in Japan, Brings on New Country Manager.
By Snigdha Sengupta, October 05, 2012
In 7-8 years we could be a very big player. I don’t think Google or any other large player will be able to compete with us because we’re taking such as unique position.
By Raghu Mohan, September 04, 2012
Well known for being one of the fastest growing companies in Asia, Dropmyemail boasts of close to a million users. Indian users make up 18% of its vast user base.
By John Russell, August 24 2012
Aside from helping to manage files from one central place, the file management system takes away the issue of file size.
By Krisana Gallezo, August 23, 2012
This business has the potential to scale fast. The team has deep expertise in online performance marketing, incl. Display, SEO, SEM, Social.
By Steven Millward, August 2, 2012
Less than half a year after first launching, the Singaporean startup behind the email backup service Dropmyemail is opening an office in the US. But rather than going to the usual Silicon Valley area, the company is rolling into Dallas, Texas.
By Ashwin July 9, 2012
Whether you corporate solutions for email or if you are a Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, or Hotmail user, you may use the automatic email backup service from Dropmyemail to never be victim of data loss again.
By Job Russell, June 27, 2012
Dropmysite is one of Singapore’s largest startups and, going on the announcement, it looks as though it will retain Orbitfiles’ US presence, giving it a fourth global presence, in addition to technical teams in India and Argentina.
By Team YS, June 14, 2012
A reason for the current growth for the company is that Dropmyemail provides an easy solution to a real unresolved need in securing emails.
By Biance Zen, May 24, 2012
His 33 years have taken him from selling sweets as a child, to global digital marketing, to founding Dropmyemail.com, one of the fastest growing cloud companies today.
By Victoria Ho, May 21, 2012
WITH so much information in digital form these days, the pain of potentially losing everything in one keystroke has cast a looming shadow over users.
By Vanessa Tan, April 22, 2012
“It sure does reflect the immense potential of Dropmyemail.com as a company, judging by how reliant all of us can be on our emails and how it is also one of the top internet activities.”
By Shibani Mahtani, April 20, 2012
DropMyEmail started with a simple idea: to back up the internet
By Sean Ludwig, April 19, 2012
Basically, it creates a new level of freedom so you don’t have to be tied to a single e-mail provider, a function that is attractive to consumers and businesses alike.
By Wes Fang, April 19, 2012
"What happens if one email gets hacked and everything gets deleted? What about if I want to transfer a batch of emails from my university account to my personal account? That's where DropMyEmail comes in.”