Silicon Valley Watcher: MyFabrik

May 30th, 2007 |
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Fabrik is an interesting Web 2.0 company because of its business strategy: it has combined a Web 2.0 consumer/small business service called MyFabrik, which organizes and stores digital media online — with physical storage such as hard drives and flash drives. This is a strategy that competitors will find hard to duplicate. The company recently raised $24.9 million in Series D funding. I spoke with Mike Cordano, CEO and co-founder, at the company’s offices in San Mateo, Calif.

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