Livedrive online storage system set to launch

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livedrive.pngAccording to Harris Interactive, “nearly 60% of computer users lose photos, music, documents and other files every year”. With that in mind, why not take a look at Livedrive, which claims to be a simple, secure online data back up system.

For Ā£3.95 a month, Livedrive dynamically backs up all your data, logging any changes or modifications to files and making all data available from any internet-connected PC.

If you worry about privacy and security when it comes to cloud computing, you’ll be happy to hear Livedrive uses military grade encryption to protect your files.

Web applications mean many file types can be edited without the need for installed applications, and mobile support means you can even make changes through your handset.

Livedrive’s live logging of updated files across any of your associated PCs sounds like a very neat idea, so the Livedrive is certainly one cloud storage option worth considering.

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Gerald Lynch
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