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Cloud Secure 1.0.4 – For Immediate Release:
Contact: Steve Frank
Title: Marketing Manager
Email: [email protected]
Address: 9450 SW Gemini Dr, ECM# 37715, Beaverton, OR 97008, USA
The latest version of Cloud Secure brings you improved security along with minor bugs being fixed.
Beaverton Oregon – January, 12th, 2018 – We live in a world far too fast to keep up with. But if we don’t adjust ourselves to the changing trends, we may find ourselves left behind. Hence, we need to keep moving on no matter what. Few years ago, USBs were considered as the ultimate data storage devices and were considered almost irreplaceable. But a few years later, we got another data storage option that doesn’t force you to keep a storage device everywhere you go, and that’s ‘Cloud Storage.’ All you need to do is create an account on any of the famously used Cloud accounts like Dropbox, Google Drive, etc. store all your data and access them from wherever you want.
However, the same cloud storage option is not safe at all. It may offer convenience, but it’s not entirely safe. The main concept is that if you’re using cloud accounts to store not-so-important data, then you have nothing to fear. However, if you got something confidential and you fear it would cause harm to you if your data gets landed into the wrongful hands then you simply cannot rely on the normal security force of cloud accounts.
What you can do is use a security software that goes by the name Cloud Secure. It is a software that lets you protect multiple cloud accounts using a single password (Master Password).
Cloud Secure is a renowned security software that enables you to protect your confidential files, folders, photos, videos, etc. on cloud accounts with perfect security. This software lets you password protect multiple cloud accounts such as Dropbox, Google Drive, One Drive & more.
To use Cloud Secure, you only need to install this software on your PC. Once done, open the software to see how many Cloud Accounts have you got installed in your system (such as Dropbox, Google Drive, One Drive, etc.) Furthermore, tap on the ‘Lock’ button which will be denoted by the color green when protection is ‘ON’. To learn more, please click on the following link:
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