Storing your data on the cloud sounds like a novel idea, and many of us do already work from the cloud itself – but the thing is, just how secure is our data there? Perhaps the introduction of the FileLocker encrypted cloud storage would help strengthen your faith in the security of cloud storage, no? Just to get off on the right footing, FileLocker is a folder sync and collaboration service, where it touts to deliver end-to-end military-level encryption of files which are stored on its servers. In layman’s terms, all data will be encrypted on your desktop, during transit with 256-bit SSL, as well as in the cloud. Normally, web storage services tend to leave out all three stages in terms of data encryption.
Having said that, FileLocker will primarily have its crosshairs firmly entrenched on small and home businesses, and you will be able to enjoy 25GB of free online storage for up to five users, making it quite the decent deal for consumers as well. You can open a paid account from as low as $5-per-user a month, now how about that?
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