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Announcing Memopal Cloud Search

Find your online files at the same speed as leading search engines

Memopal (www.memopal.com) announces the release of ‘Memopal Cloud Search’, the new tool that simplifies and speeds up online file search. Searching dozens and dozens of folders in your remote archive to find the document you need out of hundreds of thousands of other files may be difficult and time consuming.

‘Memopal Cloud Search’ makes searching in your remote archive easier and increases search speed, letting you enjoy all the advantages of how you usually organize files and folders on your computer. In fact, Memopal applied the Grid Computing concepts used by leading search engines to online backup. This improves indexing and searching is faster. Memopal states it can search a 2-million file archive in under 50 milliseconds.

Memopal also implemented efficient result ranking techniques to display the user’s most important files first. The Memopal algorithm is based on a few simple principles: it gives priority to the most important file extensions (calculated according to a monthly statistical index). It highlights the documents most frequently used and calculates the level of proximity of the file to the storage path.

Memopal has designed an intuitive and immediate search results display system that shows image and video document previews and creates shortcuts to immediately access the user’s “favorite” files. If you use more than one computer, Memopal can be installed on each one (up to a maximum of 10) with a single Personal license. Once all computer files are synchronized online, you’ll be able to find your files in less than 50 milliseconds.

Memopal is continually evolving and has already planned the release of the semantic search in saved files.

About Memopal

Memopal is an European company based in Rome. Memopal is unique as the data it stores is synchronized, searchable and accessible as soon as it is uploaded. More important files are synchronized with higher priority. Memopal uses Cloud-Storage technology and a proprietary distributed File-system which allows block-level deduplication. In practical terms, this means that a file is only ever uploaded once. After that, Memopal saves only the changes you make to it. This means more efficient use of storage space and faster uploads. Saving our users time and money.

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