Our data is sacred. From work and legal documents to personal photos and videos, the information we keep on our devices is crucial to our lives. Of course, the size and quantity of files we juggle daily is slowly outpacing our current storage offerings. Hard drives have finite space, so when you're running low on room, you have to find a place to move that data.
Unfortunately, between common forgetfulness, and the passage of time, you run a greater risk of losing that data as you create more. You need a central place to store all of your information safely, and Internxt Drive is a safe place to keep it.
is a decentralized cloud file storage service that's purely focused on your privacy, and even the company itself cannot peek into the data you upload. TechCrunch has referred to it as "the Coinbase of decentralized storage" while TechRadar sums it up like so: "Unlike popular cloud storage services like Google Drive, Dropbox and Microsoft OneDrive, Internxt is a zero-knowledge file storage service that supports end-to-end encryption."
Whenever you upload something to Internxt, the file is client-side encrypted and divided into fragments, with you as the sole person holding the decryption key. That way, only you can retrieve this information. With end-to-end encryption, you won't ever have to worry about your data falling into the wrong hands or being shared or sold by a cloud service provider.
The intuitive interface makes Internxt easy to use and it's available on all of your devices via a desktop program, web browser or iOS and Android apps. You can easily share all of your files between services like Dropbox, Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive and Apple iCloud to better streamline your data management and, if you ever have a problem, Internxt's reliable customer support can help you out.
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