Digiboxx, the Indian online file storage and sharing services platform, is gearing to hire 5,000 engineers by 2023. It is also targeting to take on 10 million users by 2023.
The startup has begun offering up to 20 GB of free online storage, so that users can not only store but share files that are up to 2 GB in size. This is a significant step in the right direction, as part of the country’s Digital India campaign.
The Indian data storage and management platform was launched by NITI Aayog as part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat programme on December 22. It facilitates on-demand, real-time access and editing, easy search,and support for multiple formats and sizes. It also organises assets with labels, sections and filters and permits sharing of heavy files through InstaShare.
With Digiboxx, Indian now have an option to save, store and even share data without worrying about security issues. India will no longer have to depend on foreign SaaS offerings.
This completely indigenous digital asset-management platform comes at the right time too, just when Google has announced that it will stop providing unlimited image uploads with effect from June, next year.
The service comes at a reasonable price too, with 20GB of cloud storage and 100GB of space being made available for just Rs 30 a month. There are different monthly and yearly plans available, which are suited to individuals as well as freelancers.