About Us

We’re a 10 year old startup based in San Antonio, TX

Obsessed with delivering world-class data security to Main Street business, Jungle Disk develops software & solutions to protect critical business data from both accidents and attacks.

Every business has critical information they need to both actively protect as well as store a secure backup of off-site. This defending against system failures, human error, and even bad actors (i.e. hackers).

History

Jungle Disk was founded in 2006 in Atlanta, GA as one of the first cloud-native data protection solutions — one of the first to securely integrate with Amazon’s new S3 storage platform.

Through the years the product offering expanded to include features designed more for business — supporting Windows, Mac, and Linux. In addition, Jungle Disk also added support for additional cloud platforms — adding the Rackspace Cloud Files platform as a backup target (in addition to Amazon S3).

By 2010 the Jungle Disk team had moved to San Antonio, Texas where we have grown and operate today. Through our relationship with Rackspace we learned how to provide world-class customer service — leading to a 95% “thumbs up” service score for 2015.

Jungle Disk now serves over 25,000 customers across the globe with data backup facilities in North America and Europe.

Team

The Jungle Disk team is full of experienced professionals who have been responsible for global managed service offerings at AT&T, thousands of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) infrastructures at Rackspace, storage infrastructure for a Fortune 500 enterprise, regulatory reporting for a financial firm with over $100B in assest under management (AUM), and much, much more.

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Jungle Disk in the News

Jungle Disk interviewed by ABC News at the 2016 Cybersecurity Conference



Jungle Disk has been mentioned or written about actively in a variety of interviews and publications including San Antonio Business Journal, KSAT 12, ABC News, San Antonio, Wired, TechCrunch, PC World, eWeek, VentureBeat, The Register, CNET, Mashable, and more.

For a full archive of all articles visit our Jungle Disk News page.