Where moments live on
iMemories is a pioneer in social entertainment, reinventing how family memories are experienced in today's cloud-connected, multi-screen world.

iMemories is a cloud-based storage and streaming service that puts a lifetime of memories at your fingertips. From vintage home movies and slides to modern digital videos and photos, your family's entire collection of personal videos and photos is always with you, organized and ready to watch in brilliant clarity on nearly any screen. iMemories is available on iPhone, iPad, Android phone and tablet, PC and Mac, and select Smart TVs.

With iMemories, you no longer have to scan through thousands of files scattered across many different devices and decades worth of external storage media to find that cute video clip. Nor will you have to spend endless hours searching through through shoeboxes of unorganized photos or unlabeled videotapes for that one special moment. Plus, you'll have the added peace of mind of knowing that your priceless family memories are safe and protected from the threat of floods and fires, as well as computer crashes and virus attacks.

So whether it was shot last weekend or last century, keep all your cherished memories in one safe place in the cloud at iMemories.
About Mark Rukavina
Mark Rukavina, founder and chief executive officer of iMemories, is a veteran entrepreneur with a knack for figuring out what customers want and how to give it to them. Since 1992, Mark has created three high-growth tech companies from the ground up. And in each enterprise, he developed fresh, unique solutions to longstanding challenges.

Mark's business acumen enables him to organically create brands that customers love and trust. He's a business strategist and technology innovator with an impressive track record in attracting high-profile partners and investors.

In his first entrepreneurial venture, Mark was co-owner and chief operating officer of Mastering Computers. Formed in 1992, the company grew to become the nation's largest provider of training seminars on Microsoft Windows. Publicly traded on NASDAQ, Mastering Computers had 750 employees when it was sold to Platinum Technology in 1998.

KnowledgeNet, Mark's second tech startup grew to become the third largest e-learning provider in the world when it was sold to Thomson Reuters in 2004. With 350 employees, KnowledgeNet provided innovative online training for information technology and business skills. As co-founder and chief operating officer, Mark led the company's successful effort to raise $70 million in venture funding from blue-chip investors including venture capital firms Sierra Ventures, Morgenthaler Ventures and Trinity Ventures, as well as Cisco Systems and General Motors.

In 2006, Mark's entrepreneurial journey brought him to the creation of iMemories - his biggest idea yet. Commonly described as the "Netflix for family memories", iMemories is a cloud-based storage and streaming service that puts a lifetime of memories at your fingertips. iMemories provides high quality products and world class services that make it easy, convenient and fun for consumers to preserve and store their family memories in the cloud - allowing them to enjoy and share personal videos and photos on nearly any connected device.

In 2001, Ernst & Young recognized Mark as Arizona Entrepreneur of the Year for e-business. He holds a bachelor of science degree in marketing from Arizona State University, which awarded him its Spirit of Enterprise award in 2001.
iMemories is the exclusive provider for home movie and photo transfer services for the nation's leading retailers including Walgreens, Best Buy, Kodak, and The UPS Store. iMemories is available in over 12,000 retail stores in the United States and Puerto Rico.

The nation's leading brands trust iMemories with their customers' most cherished memories.