Mega: Piracy or Privacy?

Computers and mobile devices today are vulnerable to spam, virus attacks and malware infection. These fraudulent acts that continue to lurk around can steal one’s personal and financial information and damage one’s blog or website. Thankfully, cloud hosting and storage services now exist to help protect the privacy of private individuals and organizations as well as their most important data. Utilizing the cloud technology, providers of this kind of service offer safe and secure storage of digital files in separate servers away from the prying eyes of the public. To enjoy top security of vital information, it is a must for active internet users and businesses with IT operations to take the time to choose the most reputable and reliable cloud hosting and backup provider. With numerous services available online today, it is worth taking the time to do a little research and find the best company that can meet your needs. Consumers can choose between the free and paid packages of cloud storage depending on the volume of data they need to store securely. Mega is one of the many providers in the data recovery industry these days. It currently hosts some 50 million files and ensures the protection and privacy of its users against piracy attempts. Mega prides itself in having 10 times more free storage than Google and 25 times more free storage than Dropbox.

Mega: Piracy or Privacy – An infographic by the team at Who Is Hosting

Originally posted on May 3, 2013 @ 12:09 pm