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Storegate to provide Follow-me-data for Cygate customers


Cloud services for storing and sharing files are becoming more and more popular and many people see that business data is shared through various public services in the market. A behavior that many organizations want to facilitate but under control, within the country’s physical and legal boundaries and under the transparency of their own IT organization. Cygate’s Follow-me data is an ideal solution for sharing and syncing files both internally, with customers and with the outside world, based on services from Storegate.

Storegate now has the confidence to provide the Follow-me data service offered by Cygate / Telia. Follow-me data ensures easy, fast and flexible file storage with shared functionality under controlled forms that work regardless of which device the user uses or organization to which he belongs. The service is tailored to your information security, performance and storage requirements. Data is stored wherever you want, and it can be public both in Storegate’s Swedish cloud service, as well as in any of Cygate’s data centers in Sweden or in your company’s own data center.

For more information, contact:

Torbjörn Lindkvist, Storegate AB,

+46 (0) 705 48 74 63, torbjorn.lindkvist[at]


Storegate offers a wide range of cloud services that enable businesses and individuals to secure, store, access, share and collaborate with digital information anywhere, anytime. Storegate AB is a Swedish company that believes that the need for privacy and integrity in the future will grow. We are therefore driven by meeting and exceeding the future needs and security requirements in data storage in Sweden. The systems for storage are located in Sweden and are thus governed by Swedish law. This makes it much easier for Swedish companies in terms of GDPR and the new US law CLOUD Act. Storegate was founded in 2003 and is owned, in addition to management, by the venture capital companies Industrifonden, Servisen, T-selskabet, Aggregate Media and the Sparbanken i Karlshamns Näringslivsstiftelse. For more information, see more at

On March 23, 2018, a new US law entered into force, the CLOUD Act (Clarifying Overseas Use of Data), which provides US authorities with access to data stored on US cloud services, even though it is stored abroad, and that US cloud services do not may refuse to provide such data.