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Rakuten Symphony Launches Rakuten Drive for Unlimited Cloud Storage and File Transfer Service


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Rakuten Symphony Launches Rakuten Drive for Unlimited Cloud Storage and File Transfer Service

With Rakuten Drive, users can swiftly send large files while enjoying secure and intuitive cloud storage and sharing

Japanese tech giant Rakuten Symphony has officially launched its cloud storage service, Rakuten Drive, aiming to revolutionize file sharing and storage with its unlimited transfer service. While offering a reasonable 10GB of free storage, the standout fea-ture of Rakuten Drive is its unlimited file transfer capability, catering to both individual and enterprise customers.

With Rakuten Drive, users can swiftly send large files while enjoying secure and intuitive cloud storage and sharing. The service seamlessly integrates Microsoft 365 productivity apps, allowing real-time viewing and editing of documents, presentations, and spreadsheets.

Originally known as Sendy and acquired by Rakuten Symphony in 2021, Rakuten Drive has witnessed significant growth since its inception in 2019. However, its commercial availability was only announced recently, marking a milestone for the service.

“Our file storage cloud service enables users to safely and efficiently manage their valuable personal and business files and data,” emphasized Ryan Son, CEO of Rakuten Symphony Korea. Rakuten Drive seamlessly integrates with Rakuten ID, allowing the 100 million Rakuten members in Japan to access the service with their existing login credentials. The company assures strict adherence to data storage and information security policies, ensuring user data remains protected.

For users seeking expanded cloud storage and advanced features, Rakuten Drive PRO is available for $7.99 per month. This premium version offers benefits such as increased file upload size, customizable link expiration times, and expanded cloud storage capacity, catering to the diverse needs of its user base.


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