PC Week: PDA data backup to goFeb 22, 2000, 21:37 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Carmen Nobel)
"...online storage company My Docs Online last week announced that customers can now use Palm VII devices to send desktop files stored at My Docs Online as e-mail attachments. This is the company's debut in handheld computing."
" 'We wanted to give mobile business users a way to access files when they were away from the office,' said Richard Viets, chief technology officer of My Docs, in Naples, Fla. 'Basically, we give you a little window into your file, you pick what you want to send, a tiny little transmission goes wirelessly to us, and then we e-mail it for you.' "
"The My Docs Online service supports any Windows-based file for Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer 5.0 or Office 2000 as well as Linux files..."