This is the digital era in which people prefer to save their content online, and they want it to be accessible from everywhere, and on all of their devices. But one thing that most people don’t consider, is security. Everyday, there are thousands of mobile phones that are stolen, there are thousands of servers that are being hacked, there are gigabytes of data, that is being stolen from the internet. But most of these news are not brought to the notice, because nowadays they are common, and most people don’t care about it. Even if someone is able to retrieve their stolen phone, the probably of such thing is too low. 90% of people are never able to get their cell phone back.
And in such cases, the information that you store in your mobile phone should be secured, because you won’t get time to wipe out your information from that device after it is being stolen. To have that kind of access to your information, and to have that kind security to your information, there are a handful of services to serve you. These are the services that are at your service, and are always there to help you with your information if you device is stolen.
This is already famous for it awesome personalized browser, that prevents any hackers from retrieving your information. But now that they are providing online storage, people can now blindly upload their files on their servers, because they don’t have to prove themselves anymore. Moreover, they too, are giving away 5GB of free storage to every new user. Is every provider in a mood of giving away 5GB of free storage to everyone?
According to PCI and ISO 27001, Cloud Safe has the highest security requirements in this field, and now you know why this provider is here. Your data is transferred via their highest SSL standards and encryption. They store your data on servers owned by them (not many providers do this), and monitor it by their high quality and security concept at multi level, that cannot be broken by anyone, except Tony Stark.
Again, they are available for everyone who uses Mac OS, Windows, Android, Blackberry and ,iPhone .One thing that might surprise you is that they are giving away 2GB of free storage.
While they too offer 2GB of storage for free, Spider Oak considers encrypting their servers and your information according to a layer, because that’s how the servers are hacked. They encrypt all the information and servers with the RSA 2048-bit and the AES 256-bit that ensures that there will be no intruders inside their servers.
This is available to everyone who uses Mac OS, Windows Vista/7, 2000/XP/with 32 or 64-bit Ubuntu or Debian. Spider Oak is considered as one of the best online storage providers, and so you should check their features, pricing and maybe signup on your own, because if I mentioned everything here, then what would be the use of going to their site then?
It uses the AES encryption with256-bit to make sure that no one else is penetrating your data when it is being transferred to their servers. And like everyone else, they too are giving away 2GB of storage for free.
Using the SSL encryption of 256-bit, they are one of the top 10 storage providers in the world. Like many people, if you are someone who has data scattered all over different devices and computers, you can upload them all to JustCloud, and manage it from there. And if you want to have an urgent access to your data from your own mobile phone, you can do that too by visiting their mobile website. Go ahead and check their features and if you are attracted enough, you can signup.
This service is sponsored by Trend Micro, which are a famous security provider. SafeSync is now their patent online storage provider, this happened after they took over the Humyo (which themselves was an online storage provider, who used to give away 10GB of storage for free). SafeSync uses the AES encryption with256-bit algorithms to encrypt your data while transferring, and also while it is on their servers. Unlike other providers, they give one month free trial, to test their services, and if you are satisfied, and trust them, you can then opt for premium or paid services.
This provides you with a desktop client, to make it easy for you to upload your files to their servers. All you have to do is, just drag and drop your files, and the next time your computer will connect to the internet, it will upload all the files to their servers. All the file transfers are protected by the AES encryption with256-bit, and so you don’t have to worry about intruders.
You can view their features, plans and pricing, and signup from here.
Just as the name suggest, it makes your files get uploaded to the heaven, because there are no intruders, and no hackers. It provides almost double the encryption that other storage providers provide. They encrypt everything with the RSA of 4096-bit and AES encryption with256-bit algorithms. They like to be unique, and so, they provide a Solaris client, which works in mobile devices too. This client works the same like a desktop client; not many providers do this.
It is available for users who use Mac OS, Windows, , Linux and Solaris platforms.
This is the most famous provider in this field, and they deserve that fame, because they have done all the hard work for the people. They store all the information using the AES encryption with256-bit, because it is the most secure type of encryption available to mankind. It is compatible for Android, Windows, and Mac OS, iOS.
They provide user friendly storage systems, so that you won’t have to mess with the technical stuff. Also, did I mention that they are giving away 5GB of free storage to all new users?
Another online storage provider who promises you that your information can never be stolen. And they stay on their word, because no one has been able to steal the information from them. They provide the AES encryption with256-bit; algorithms for SHA-256 and RSA 2048-bit, but we, as users, follow only one rule. The more number of security related terms we find, the more trust they gain. And it has been proven every time.
You can access Wuala from your Mac OS, Windows, Android, iOS and Linux operating systems. They too, provide 5GB of free storage to every new user (for free!). If you are interested to hop directly to their features, pricing or maybe signup with them, the links are there for you.