7 thoughts on “Mirra Sold to Seagate”

  1. OM – there’s a big difference between the Mirra server and the Maxtor drive. Mirra not only backs up all of the PCs on your network and allows those backups to be selectively shared between network users. It also provides a drop-dead simple way to share files securely with anyone over the web. I think this was the deal-maker that attracted Seagate. Selling hard drives is a tough business. Selling secure file sharing systems that also provide automatic backup with total transparency – that’s a value business. I think this is one of the smartest acquisitions I’ve seen of late.

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