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AVG moves into cloud storage with LiveKive

The security company AVG has branched out into the cloud storage business with LiveKive, a service it unveiled on Thursday.LiveKive provides three tiers of encrypted storage, including a free 5GB version and two paid versions: 25GB for £34.
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Written by David Meyer, Freelance reporter on

The security company AVG has branched out into the cloud storage business with LiveKive, a service it unveiled on Thursday.

LiveKive provides three tiers of encrypted storage, including a free 5GB version and two paid versions: 25GB for £34.99 a year, or £55 a year for unlimited storage — although AVG's fair use policy sets the limited for 'unlimited' at 500GB, subject to change.

"As the largest provider of free anti-virus, we are focusing our expertise to creating a secure ecosystem of products and services that our customers can use with confidence," AVG Technologies chief executive J R Smith said in a statement.

LiveKive includes storage, synchronisation and sharing functionality. The data-syncing facility works on Windows and Mac, and data can be viewed from any web-enabled device, including smartphones.

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