Cloud storage is becoming a big part for small companies giving them an edge to keep up with the big corporations, but security of these services are all not that great, until now with the new service called nCrypted.
Check out this article for the full story about what it does!
Enterprise users who want to use common file-sharing services like Dropbox and Google Drive have a big problem: their IT guys will always be worried that one hacker will be able to bring down their internal network. A new service called nCrypted Cloud is trying to assuage this fear by encrypting everything, everywhere, and offering an audit trail to see who accessed what files when.
In short, nCrypted is supposed to encrypt everything on your Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive and Box accounts. While that may sound boring to the average user, imagine the importance if, say, you were using your cloud storage as a place to stash business documents or important photos and video?
Founded by repeat entrepreneur Nicholas Stamos and encryption master Igor Odnovorov, the company raised $3M in a seed round from angels at Microsoft, Cisco, Reveal Imaging, and Broadcom. They are currently looking for a Series A.
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