With all of the pictures your family takes across all of their devices it’s fair to assume you have quite a large collection of photos that are by no means organized. Don’t worry, you’re not the only one. Fortunately, Lineage Labs may have a solution that combines local storage, private storage, and online backup into one and the startup just raised $4 million to help expand.
Families today often have more photo-taking devices than family members, which has led to the problem of people having massive numbers of photos and videos, none of which are properly organized and shared. A Boston-based startup called Lineage Labs, launching today and backed by $4 million in seed funding, is working on a solution. It’s introducing a product called “Bevy,” a service that offers families both local and private storage combined with online backup. The company is one of the first to be funded by Blade, the consumer technology incubator created by Kayak.com’s co-founder Paul English. Blade contributed half of Lineage Labs’ seed funding, while the remaining comes from angel investors.