During DEMOspring 2010 we caught up with Brian Dougherty founder of AirSet. AirSet gives you your own Personal Cloud Computer and the ability to add groups of Cloud Computers to your Cloud Network. Each cloud computer has an expandable hard disk, a rich suite of web applications, and acts as a web server publishing content.
Signing up is really easy and intuitive and the best thing is that the basic service is free, supported by advertising of course, but at $2.95/month, members can upgrade to Personal Premium to remove ads, have added security, and expand their online storage to 5GB.
AirSet also serves as a data hub, automatically synchronizing information and content across mobile devices.
People can be invited to join a Group Cloud Computer to share files, coordinate schedules, collaborate on documents, participate in online discussions and conference real-time via Skype.
Brian goes over how they separate themselves from a service like Google Apps along with how they are reaching out to the general consumer.