Longaccess becomes the fifth portfolio company of Jeremie Openfund II. The company, founded by Panayotis Vryonis, received a €110k investment, led by Jeremie Openfund II.

The company’s mission is to safeguard and preserve personal digital archives for the long term future. The concept is to “store and forget”, while preserving data access in a quite novel way. We are quite enthusiastic about the potential of such an offering.

A talented team of three is already working on the product, with its launch expected during autumn. In the meanwhile, you may take a closer look at the company’s mission and subscribe to get its updates.


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Last Modified: March 11, 2014

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