IT fledgling Zyb seals deal with Germany's E-Plus Mobilfunk  

Danish IT company Zyb, which offers online backup services, has entered an agreement with Germany's third largest mobile operator E-Plus Mobilfunk
Danish IT company Zyb has entered its first international agreement, with Germany's third largest mobile operator E-Plus Mobilfunk. The move puts the Danish fledgling in direct contact with 12 million German mobile customers – following the agreement E-Plus Mobilfunk will now recommend that its mobile customers use Zyb for data backup purposes.
Zyb offers an online service that enables mobile phone users to synchronize and back up important data such as contacts and calendar. So if a user's mobile phone is broken, lost or stolen, the data can easily be retrieved from the net.
Zyb was founded in 2005 by three Copenhagen based entrepreneurs: Tommy Ahlers, Ole Kristensen and Morten Lund. The firm is based in Greve, south of Copenhagen. Nordic Venture Partners recently invested a multimillion sum in Zyb. The news was reported by
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