When former AOL exec Brad Garlinghouse took over as CEO of YouSendIt a year ago, it was clear he had plans to shake up the company. Now he’s finally doing it.
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YouSendIt is best known for its software to help users send and receive large files via a desktop PC. But today, it launching a suite of mobile apps for iPhone, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8, so you’ll be able to access documents, videos and presentations on the move.
YouSendIt has bought a venture-backed startup called Found for an undisclosed sum. The technology lets users discover their files, documents, and data across a variety of devices and cloud services.
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For years, YouSendIt has been one of the top sites for consumers and businesses to send files to each other that are too big for e-mail. Now the company is bringing both its brand and its service into the now by offering a Dropbox-like cloud storage and file sharing solution.