We are very excited to announce the release of nCrypted Cloud Pro! nCrypted Cloud Pro will include these new improvements: Dropbox for Business support Multi-Cloud Support (GoogleDrive available soon) Improved Trusted Sharing Capabilities nCrypted Cloud Pro is available now on the Google Play Store and will be available on the Amazon Store shortly.
Build 1.1.10 will include these changes: Corporate Policy Enforcement updates: – When enforcement is enabled, decrypting files during uninstall is not allowed – Enforce privacy to non-encrypted folders – Unavailable menu items are grayed out – Bugs with CP enforcement fixes Secure Mail Updates – Hide outbox folder for Secure Mail – When encrypting files over 4GB on OS X, a message is now displayed saying we do not allow it – Inherit sharing parameters from parent folder
We are thrilled to announce that nCrypted Cloud has been nominated for the Best Cloud Security Solution in UP-Start’s 5th Annual Cloud Awards! “Enterprise IT is ever changing. Is your cloud strategy and value proposition on par with global industry leaders? What are the top companies doing right? Find out at this year’s UP and fine tune your integrated cloud strategy.” -Cloudcor Cloud Computing Company nCrypted Cloud enables a model of secure cloud computing that permits IT departments to delegate the responsibility of protecting shared data in the cloud to end users. But with responsibility comes accountability. nCrypted Cloud… Read more ›
It is no doubt that Facebook has become the social networking service that has surpassed all others. Remember Myspace? Facebook’s main competition? Not even Justin Timberlake with all of his rebranding efforts could keep millions of users from switching over to Facebook. As Facebook continues to gain traction, its user base is continuing to expand and become more and more diverse. While once considered a social media platform targeted towards young adults, also referred to as the “Myspace Generation”, Facebook now caters to the general population. Everyone and their mothers have a Facebook profile nowadays. Given the change in user… Read more ›
nCrypted Cloud would like to wish you a Happy New Year! We would also like to take this time to thank all of our users for their continued support and feedback! nCrypted Cloud has come a long way and we could not have done it without you! We are thrilled to start the new year off strong! Here’s to 2014!
With 2014 right around the corner, there is no better time to reflect on the events of 2013. The tech world in the past year was filled with creativity, innovation, and advancement. However, it was also filled with disappointment, failure, and chaos. While many technology-related incidents did nothing but show the many different ways technology can and has failed us in 2013, these three technology fails represent opportunities for further improvement and hope for technology in 2014. Looking at these tech failures with a glass-half-full perspective, we hope to shed light on the not so obvious silver linings that came with these… Read more ›
Need to buy some last minute stocking stuffers for your tech enthusiast? Have no fear, these 5 tech stocking stuffers are sure to bring in the holiday cheer! 1. Jawbone Mini Jambox ($149.99): Small enough to fit in your pocket, the Jawbone Mini Jambox gives you the ability to play high-quality music anywhere! The Mini Jambox is compatible with all Bluetooth enabled devices, allowing you to connect and play music off your mobile device, tablet, Macbook, and PC computer. Buy it here! https://jawbone.com/speakers/minijambox 2. Mophie Battery Case ($79.95): Never let your iPhone battery life run out with the Mophie Battery… Read more ›
Cyber threats, data breach, and information theft can put business continuity at severe risk. In order to secure corporate data, these questions must be answered and these steps must be followed.
Twitter’s trending topic #FiveWordTechHorrors epitomizes the daily technology-based struggles that have brought us great anxiety, fear, and distress. Here are some of our favorite tech horror tweets
It is common for businesses to enforce security practices that are intended specifically to keep competitors and other intruders out or corporate information. However, what many businesses may not realize is how frequently data is stolen from within the corporation itself. The Wall Street Journal recently released some shocking statistics regarding data theft by employees: 50% of employees kept confidential information post-separation 40% of employees claim to use confidential information in their future jobs 60% of employees have seen confidential information belonging to another company being used 52% of employees do not believe it is a crime to use competitor’s confidential business… Read more ›