SkyFlok – The Next Generation of Cloud Storage | NewsWatch Review

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Cloud services allow us to work anywhere in the world by offering a single location for document storage and sharing. But it’s hard to find one cloud service that gives you control of your data location and privacy.

And that’s where SkyFlok comes in.

SkyFlok is the next generation of Cloud storage and sharing. SkyFlok is encrypted and designed to help their clients store files privately across the globe. Choose the locations for your files.

This innovative software solution allows you to manage and share any files.

Any Team, Personal or Client file can be organized and sorted online.

Features of SkyFlok include the following:

  • Customer’s Data – many companies aren’t protecting their most vital asset: customer’s trust with their DATA
  • Choose Storage Locations – you can tell customers exactly where their data is located
  • Share Files with Customers – sharing is important and it shouldn’t be difficult or risky. Assuage clients’ concerns when holding and sharing their data
  • Enterprise Grade – bringing enterprise-grade storage to small businesses everywhere
  • One World: One Bill – they provide a single bill and simple subscriptions with worldwide service
  • Patents – They have 10 patents and the team has even more on the way. They take technology seriously as it’s their origin and ethos. Their team members are contributors to EU Secure cloud; IEEE and multiple research programs

Worried about ransomware? SkyFlok is always backed up to remove your risk. Worried about a disgruntled team member? Your team lead can set roles and restrict access to the files.

Worried about Client file privacy? With SkyFlok you will have a Client Space to privately manage your customers’ files.

What’s more, SkyFlok provides a level of security that’s unmatched in the cloud industry. Their patented technology spreads your files across multiple locations. And even if one of those locations happens to go down for some reason, clients will still be able to access their private files.

Learn more by heading over to today.