Monday, June 15, 2015

NFV Zone, news website under the umbrella of TMCnet, releases information on Cloudifile Mac OS Beta Launching
NFVZone is a website focused on exploring the latest in Network Functions Virtualization. NFVZone, the latest website under the umbrella of TMCnet, the leading website covering communications and technology with as many as 1.5 million unique visitors and 60 million pageviews per month, has recently published press release about Cloudifile Mac OS Beta Launching.

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Thursday, June 11, 2015

Document Media Noted Cloudifile Mac OS Beta Release For DropBox And Local File Encryption

Document Strategy (DS) Media is a highly focused business portal for executives, director and managers involved with enterprise document, content and information strategies. We are grateful to them for paying attention to our product launch. DS team not only made their audience aware of Cloudifile, but also posted our press release.

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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Cloudifile is a new product of the week at NetworkWorld

Network World is the premier provider of information, intelligence and insight for Network and IT Executives. And this week their editorial team focused on Cloudifile Mac OS Beta release.

We are very pleased that Cloudifile has attracted attention of the NetworkWorld journalists. They recommended our product and didn't forget to mention its key features: Cloudifile is a file encryption application that helps protect data on Dropbox and local machines; first available in a Windows version, Cloudifile is now available for Mac OS users.

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Thursday, June 4, 2015

CloudPOST looks at Cloudifile Mac OS Beta Launch

CloudPOST is a knowledge base, a news portal, and a timeless beacon for the cloud industry. Thus, it's a great honour to draw their attention to our Mac version release. Take a look at their review!

As the leading cloud-based file storage and collaboration solution, Dropbox’s popularity is growing. Dropbox – which promises to make documents safe, synced and easily shareable – is a cost-effective, reliable solution for many, including SMBs; employees working on traditional PCs in the office; a growing numbers of remote, mobile or work-from-home staffers; and individual users.
Occasionally, news headlines raise questions regarding the privacy and security of cloud-based storage solutions. For Dropbox specifically, reports surfaced last fall that a large volume of user passwords had been leaked to hackers demanding Bitcoin in return.

In spite of this, Dropbox’s popularity has not only remained intact, but grown. One reason is that Dropbox continually demonstrates and emphasizes their commitment to data privacy and security. In addition, third-party tools like Cloudifile are now available, promising even higher levels of privacy and security for cloud-based file storage users, through file encryption.
Cloudifile is a free a Dropbox tie-in rather than a stand-alone storage service. Dropbox users can continue using their familiar cloud storage system, but with an added layer of protection. With Cloudifile, users simply select which files and folders they want to be encrypted, and the service automatically covers them, with no extra work or steps required.

All of this means that sensitive user files remain private and secure, even if their cloud-based file storage solution were hacked. Cloudifile does not store user keys, which means that not even they can access encrypted user files.

Even when cloud-based file storage is not being used, Cloudifile’s local encryption capabilities can be used to serve the needs of remote and mobile users. If a mobile device or computer is lost or stolen, for example, encrypted data residing on the system is locked down and cannot be accessed by anyone under any circumstances, other than the key owner.

Cloudifile first released their software in a version for Windows-based users. On May 18, Cloudifile announced a version of their software for Mac OS, enabling the rapidly growing base of Apple device users to enjoy the same levels of data security and privacy. Cloudifile plans to announce even broader platform support in the future, further extending users’ peace of mind and confidence through rock-solid protection of their critical data.