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Cbeyond Offers Cloud-Based Storage and Backup

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ATLANTA -- Cbeyond Inc (Nasdaq:CBEY), the Technology Ally(TM) for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), announced today the availability of TotalCloud(R) File Storage, a secure and compliant cloud file storage, sharing and backup service for business media and data, which provides a simple and secure collaboration platform for businesses of all sizes.

Cbeyond will provide demos of TotalCloud File Storage during the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 at Booth 1807 in the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C., Sunday, July 13 - Wednesday, July 16, 2014.

The latest offering in Cbeyond's TotalCloud suite of services, TotalCloud File Storage (TCFS) provides a simple, intuitive and affordable solution to store, share and access confidential files with top-level security. Its unified, cloud-based storage for business data gives SMB employees and communities advantages previously only available to enterprises: real-time collaboration, file synchronization and backup in an easy and secure manner, any time and from any device.

Cbeyond Communications (Nasdaq: CBEY)

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