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Digital Diaries

Jeanne Cooper | October 8, 2018 | Story Now In

If every cloud has its silver lining, then the Cloud Life—a new luxury digital archiving service—is the sterling result of natural disasters. Its co-founders, entrepreneur Brittany Messmer of Menlo Park and public relations professional Anna Morris of Atherton, “were overwhelmed by all the fires and hurricanes in 2017 and wanted to create a way to help people protect their most important life memories and documents,” Morris explains. “We personally knew friends who lost everything during the natural disasters, and the thing we kept hearing is how most things are replaceable, but photos and other precious memories are not.”

Clients of the in-home service include an Atherton family with three generations of photo albums to scan, a Palo Alto parent who wanted a child’s artwork completely digitized and a Menlo Park real estate agent who wanted all her documents on the app, according to Morris. Rates from $1,000

Originally published in the October issue of Silicon Valley

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