Monday, July 14, 2008

Unofficial Nirvanix users blog

If you are concerned that Nirvanix has your data and you would like it back, see:

To my mind, Nirvanix should show a little more concern for users. If it was a company warehousing house contents I doubt it would be able to dump everything in the incinerator simply because an agent had mislaid some keys and their filing cabinet had fallen over and the index cards had become mixed up. Particularly if the warehousing company was part of the same enterprise when entrusted with the items.


Anonymous said...

I agree 100%!!!

But more importantly Nirvanix is just trying to put the blame on Mediamax now that they are shutting down. The index cards excuse is a lie and not true.

Nirvanix lost the files and they should pay us for our loss!!!

Trey said...

Not even half the files I trusted to these boneheads was returned to me. I've been paying for streamload/mediamax/tlu for at least 4 years. I'm frustrated and disappointed. TLU deserves to go bankrupt, and Nirvanix deserves a big fat lawsuit.

Anonymous said...

Check out this link:

Read it and you will be able to find out what really happened between MediaMax/Linkup.

Luzo Orbit said...

The Nirvanix blog raises more questions than it answers. Nirvanix admit they have the Mediamax files that did not make it into The Linkup file management system and technically could give access to them. They say they cannot legally because the file manager belongs to Mediamax - despite the fact that John Hood, Communications Director of Mediamax, said in his parting message that it is up to Mediamax to decide whether they give access or not.

See the Unofficial Nirvanix Users blog for further information as we try to persuade Nirvanix to find a way to sort out this problem.

Come on Nirvanix. You can do it if you really want!

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