CyberSynchs, a leader in universal data synchronization is bringing one of the largest mobile data back up and synchronization systems to users across Nigeria.
The launch will provide much needed storage and protection of user data in case of loss, stolen or malfunction of a mobile phone.
Speaking at the consumer launch in Lagos, the CEO, CyberSynchs, Amos Winbush said that the company was founded with the vision of providing state-of-the-art technology, leadership innovation and a cost effective means of safeguarding vital personal data through its proprietary universal secured back-up system.
He said the company offers innovative applications that enable data synchronization, sharing and transfer through the hybrid cloud between mobile devices, PC’s, TVs, digital cameras, camcorders, gamers and wireless headphones.
Winbush explained that the service works with any phone and 98 percent of operating systems, allows users to synch their most common types of data – contacts, photos, videos, calendar entries, test messages, GPS location and more to the web over the air.
He said that Storage plans are available in increments of 3GB, 5GB and 10GB and can be billed monthly, bimonthly, biannually or yearly.
“Our partnership with the consumers across Nigeria is a groundbreaking one for CyberSynchs,” says Amos Winbush, CEO of CyberSynchs. “Nigeria’s vast network and exceptional brand give us the opportunity to support Africa’s most populous market swiftly and with consumer confidence. We look forward to providing customers with our unique data service, which we believe is much needed in this digital age.”
On security of data, he said they take data security very seriously which is the reason they partnered with Microsoft adding that through its secured website they offer subscribers the freedom to manage their personal content from the web anywhere in the world allowing maximum accessibility, manageability and control.
He said they are partnered with major telcos around the world and will soon announce their partnership with Nigerian telcos.
CyberSynchs will roll out a national “Are You Synched?” marketing campaign to support the product launch with visibility across both social media and traditional media.
To access their services, consumers will pay for it through their credit or debit cards and download the software.
The highlight of the consumer launch was the presentation of cash prizes to the winners of Cybersynchs share your data loss story contest.

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