AVG has just launched LiveKive, a cloud-drive system that’s like Dropbox and pretty much every other cloud storage service out there. Even though AVG is fashionably late to the party, it has picked up important tips from its competitors and has delivered a reliable cloud-storage backup service. Given AVG’s background in computer security, you can expect a pretty secure offering as opposed to the other service. Advertising itself as an alternative to physical hard drives, AVG LiveKive also has the ability to automatically backup your files. Every time you make a change to a file or download something new, AVG LiveKive will automatically back up the file for you, eliminating the need for schedules and reminders to backup the files on your own. There’s even an app for iOS and Android phones to sync files through LiveKive. Users can sign up for a 30 day free trial (5GB of storage) plans go all the way up to $79.99/year for 500GB of unlimited storage (apparently unlimited means less than 500GB). Users can also opt for a “Zero Knowledge” function that ensures AVG has no access to their files at all. However, if users forget their password – AVG won’t be able to help at all. Check out AVG LiveKive.RELATED
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