San Jose, CA, October 22, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- DropSecure is excited to announce the launch of its secure cloud file-sharing service, allowing customers to enjoy the latest in cloud file sharing technology while benefiting from total privacy from start to finish.
“At DropSecure, we believe in privacy, we do not think that it’s right that people have to compromise privacy and security to share their files over the internet,” stated Amish Gandhi, Founder and CEO of DropSecure. “With our service, files are encrypted in such a way that even we at DropSecure can’t access them, we believe this is how it should be and that you should have as much control over your data as you would over your file locker at home,” he added.
Customers can use DropSecure, which employs a patent-pending algorithm process, zero-Knowledge transfer, and military-grade encryption, to send share a large number of files (up to 10 files and 2 GB of data) to up to 10 recipients at a time.
Files are encrypted before leaving the user’s device, and unlike other services with end-to-end encryption, recipients are not required to have the same protocol on their systems and do not need a password beforehand to receive document, all they need is a valid email address to receive the file with a code to download it.
Cloud computing is quickly becoming the new standard in the business world and it’s easy to see why, the list of benefits is long: cost-effectiveness, fast integration and deployment, easy implementation, automatic software upgrading, being able to access from anywhere, and even environmental friendliness.
But the elephant in the room remains: data stored in the cloud is still in the hands of a third-party service provider and this makes people feel vulnerable.
And it is not just irrational fear- there are real security concerns when it comes to cloud computing. While many service providers claim that data stored on servers is secure and encrypted, the reality is: cloud service providers can access information because their licensing agreements allow them to and they can divulge information to government agencies with a simple user data request. With DropSecure, only senders and recipients can encrypt and decrypt files, DropSecure only serves as a medium.
Another problem with cloud computing is the lack of standardization, DropSecure only works with service centers which meet the highest quality standards. And as an added measure of protection, all files are deleted within 7 days.
“After testing, we found that even our beta version is the safest, simplest and fastest secure cloud file-sharing to date, and we’re just getting started,” stated Gandhi. “Anyone can come to our website and try it for themselves. The entire process of sending and receiving a file literally take seconds,” he added.
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