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Rosanna, head of development at drivehq answers cloudswave’s team questions
How do you position your brand?
DriveHQ is a one-stop shop for all cloud IT services. We offer high-end services to businesses and professionals at an affordable price.
Who are your main competitors ?
There are numerous competitors in the cloud storage, backup, Sharing and synchronization area. Companies like DropBox, Carbonite, Box.net and Mozy are considered our main competitors. However, none of these competitors offers a complete Cloud IT Solution.
What market share did you achieve so far?
We don’t have any such numbers available.
However, we have been in business since 2003. Our revenue and user base have increased very fast. Currently, we have over 1.5 million registered users, and we’ve been profitable for many years.
What are the main differences with your competition?
We developed all technologies in-house, we have our own data center (many competitors host with Amazon S3), we have many years of track record, and we are a one-stop shop for all cloud IT services.
How do you intend to gain market shares?
First of all, we developed top quality products before. We will continue offering the best quality products and services.
Now, our focus is to build more sales and marketing channels through partnership, resellers, traditional media and social networking.
A more general question, what web applications do you use for your daily business activity?
We mainly use DriveHQ’s own cloud applications, such applications can run on any web browsers, but are more optimized by using web-enabled native applications. By leveraging on these applications, we don’t need any in-house FTP, email, web and file servers.
What is for you the most interesting web application?
I would say DriveHQ’s cloud application is the most interesting application. It seamlessly integrates web-based applications with web-enabled client applications, FTP, email and drive mapping. SMBs don’t need their own in-house servers and IT to operate their businesses.
Rosanna, head of development, driveHQ