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Titanize.com

415 Shandon Ct., San Jose, CA 95136
Phone: 408-404-9470
Titanize is utilized across the globe and distributed by the world’s largest software and service providers. Through their 25,000 square-foot, highly secure California data center, Titanize delivers a solid solution for the individual or small business.

 
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  • Founded in 2003 | CEO is Dave Kleinberg
  • Headquartered in San Jose, CA | Data Center: San Jose, CA
  • Employees: 35 | Customers: Over 100,000
Company Overview
Opelin, Inc. created Titanize after 3 years of research and development. Today, Titanize is used across the world and is distributed by the world’s largest software and service providers.

Titanize is the only product that provides secure online backup, offline backup, remote access and file sharing. It's perfect for the individual or small business that needs a self-service, automated and transparent way to backup all their precious files.

Backup is automatic
Titanize’s backup solution works invisibly, automatically backing up your documents, photos and other files to a secure Internet location. It doesn’t matter how many times you edit, move, or rename them. To minimize upload times, files are compressed and then encrypted for security.

Backup is secure
With Titanize’s backup solution, files are encrypted at the highest certified level of security: 448 Blowfish. A password is also required to access your account and to change settings. Titanize even backs up its own backup, to ensure all content stays safe.

Dave Kleinberg, Chief Executive Officer:
“Users shouldn't have to use multiple products to protect, access and share their content. For the price of a cup of coffee a month, people should simply Titanize their files.” -- https://www.titanize.com

Data Center: Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, their San Jose, California data center offers 25,000 square feet of premium colocation, hosting, and managed services space. The seismically upgraded building offers diverse fiber feeds from multiple network carriers and N+1 redundancy in all critical systems.

Company Highlight: McAfee released Titanize backup technology in September '06 as part of their consumer suites that go to millions of users.