Fileboard is launching today as a service which allows people to manage their attachments and files on the iPad. The startup says that today’s professionals have hundreds of files scattered over dozens of local and cloud-based platforms including Dropbox, gMail and others.
Fileboard allows iPad users to manage email attachments and files in a single, unified view. Via a free iPad app, users can add and manage multiple file streams and accounts such as email for attachments, Office 365, Dropbox and Box.net. The app will then show you all of your recently updated files and share files.
The virtue of using the service, says co-founder Khuram Hussein, is that you are able to see all of your attachments. Hussein previously co-founded message management startup Inbox2.
Fileboard plans to continue to add additional security, data loss protection, and role-based control features. The company has raised funding from 500 Startups, Christopher Grey and Klaus Fürst von Sayn Wittgenstein.