With security becoming such a large concern for cloud networks that require a third-party server, we thought the best solution would be to create a product that allowed the consumer to own their network rather than rent storage space from clouds...
Irving, Texas (PRWEB) September 05, 2013
Keeping people in sync at the office can be difficult if there is not a seamless syncing and file data sharing system in place. Many companies have turned to password-protected online cloud networks in order to take advantage of a secure, common storage place to keep files for employee access. Individuals use these cloud storage networks at home to store photos, videos, music, and other important files that they may want to keep secure. What these companies and individual at-home cloud users may not have realized is that their personal, private information that is also stored in these clouds may not be as private as they think.
Because of the recent rise in surveillance privacy concerns that came about after the unveiling of several NSA privacy violations, many consumers that take their privacy seriously have begun investing in new technologies that will save cloud-users time and money and will restore their information privacy. The new mySkiva Private Cloud Router has become the solution that many of these consumers are turning to.
Skiva Technologies, Inc. is a Texas-based consumer electronics company that empowers individuals and corporations to maintain connectivity through their own secure cloud network with a new product that is being released on September 29th. The company was founded in 2011 with the key goal of bringing high-quality, user-friendly products to consumers all over the world. The Skiva team members also share a core belief that anything can always be improved, and that is what inspired their latest innovation – the mySkiva Private Cloud Router.
“We designed the new mySkiva Private Cloud Router with simplicity and better security in mind for our consumers. With security becoming such a large concern for cloud networks that require a third-party server, we thought the best solution would be to create a product that allowed the consumer to own their network rather than rent storage space from clouds such as Dropbox,” explained Mandeep Kumar, CEO of Skiva Technologies. “People are already canceling online cloud service subscriptions in anticipation of our product. Now the only step left is to raise enough funding to take mySkiva public by the 29th and start making companies’ and individuals’ lives more simple and easy when it comes to storing and accessing information.”
Skiva Technologies has realized the large demand for the mySkiva Private Cloud Router and is currently raising funds that will help them supply a larger quantity of their product on the release day. When people learn about everything the mySkiva Router can do, it’s no wonder the demand has gone up.
About the mySkiva Private Cloud Router
The mySkiva Private Cloud Router turns any USB hard drive into a private cloud server. Its accompanying cloud app provides the ability to access the cloud network from smartphones, tablets, computers, and other mobile devices. Setup is simple -- only taking about 30 seconds -- and there are no storage plans, privacy agreements, or terms of usage to commit to. Data is accessible from anywhere in the world at any time and with all of the data and files stored in the cloud, data storage limitations on mobile devices no longer exist. The storage capacity is expandable through the use of a USB hub and additional hard drives. By pairing a mySkiva router with a $100.00 USB hard drive, a user can access the same amount of storage space that a Dropbox user would have to pay almost $800.00 a year for. The mySkiva Private Cloud Router offers these things and so much more.
In an age of privacy invasion, secure networks have never been more necessary and sought out. Secure your own mySkiva router by donating to their cause and helping them raise funds. You can learn more about mySkiva or purchase your own private cloud router here.
Mandeep Kumar, Skiva Technologies, CEO
Robyn Short, Public Relations Manager