Acer to Offer Free Cloud Storage to Customers
Customers who buy certain Acer commercial and consumer desktop and notebooks can avail this offer and get free access to 2 GB cloud space through Vaulten.
Acer India has partnered with Vaulten, a cloud service provider, to offer free cloud storage to its customers on purchase of any Acer range of commercial and consumer desktop and notebooks. This offer is valid on Veriton, TravelMate, Gateway and Aspire range of products.
With this new offer, Acer will provide its consumers with free 2GB of cloud storage. This service will allow Acer customers to have access to their data across devices, irrespective of their location. Acer along with Vaulten also offers various subscription plans where customers can upgrade their plan up to 1TB, depending on their usage pattern.
Mr. S. Rajendran, Chief Marketing Officer, Acer India was quoted in the press release as saying, "Transforming the way computing is managed and delivered, we are confident that this will be a strategic differentiator for Acer in the long term. Through our association with Vaulten, we are confident of offering tremendous value-add to our consumers whose biggest fear is efficient data storage and security."
"In the last couple of years, we have witnessed an accelerated demand for quick secure access to data anywhere and anytime. We are confident that this trend will increase the demand and requirement of cloud services. Acer consumers can now enjoy and experience Vaulten’s next generation online backup facility," stated Mr Anil Mathews, VP-Partnerships, Vaulten in the press release.
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