San Jose, Calif. -- CaptureToCloud, a San Jose-based developer of software designed to streamline how people capture and collaborate with others on digital content, said on Wednesday it has raised $4.7 million in its first round of funding, led by Acero Capital. The year-old company said it will use the capital to bring its Social Workspace to market. CaptureToCloud's technology allows users to capture digital content (such as web pages, images, text, articles, email and bookmarks) and organize it in their personal cloud, accessible from anywhere. "With tens of thousands of users already relying on the CaptureToCloud app, the financing assures them of the long-term commitment to providing the Social Workspace service," said CEO Ramon Nunez, CEO. The company also announced its advisory board, which includes Steve Apfelberg, the CMO of Skire; Gary Lang, the executive vice president of product at MarkLogic; Don MacLennan, the senior vice president of product management at AVG; Jay Remley, the director of Americas enterprise sales at Google; Ken Rudin, the head of analytics at Facebook; and Gene Shklar, director, angel investor and board member.