Version 1.4.1 What's new
- Easy installation
- Used by Dutch Defence
- 30 days for free
- No strings attached
- Payment details not required
- Ideal for consultants, accountants, lawyers, industrial designers and media executives
Version 1.4.1 What's new
Thanks to Storro’s unique mix of peer-to-peer networking and blockchain technology, your files are encrypted and distributed to storage locations you trust.
With Storro your files only come into the hands of those for whom they are intended.
With a few mouse clicks you easily create secure spaces to collaborate with colleagues and external parties.
Storro automatically synchronizes your data across all locations. So you and your teams –both internally and externally- are always up-to-date.
Every version of every file remains available, as long as you choose to remain in a project. And you can always go back to any previous version.
Storro is ideal for working with large files, as it doesn’t have a file size limit. In fact, the maximum file size in Storro is determined by the available storage on the locations you share your files with.
We use Storro as a simple and safe alternative to email when exchanging files with external parties. We chose Storro for the pleasant user interface, easy scalability, limited infrastructure deployment and cost-saving on some of our IT solutions.
I use both my own Office365 cloud and Storro for client projects. With Storro, I have more control over and trust in the storage of sensitive documents. I know exactly where these documents are stored securely; on the workplaces that I authorize myself. No longer sending unsecured email. And without complexity for the user. Storro will handle this for you. Great!”
Dropbox hack ‘affected 68 million users’ Source: BBC - Augustus 31, 2016
Last week, Dropbox reset all passwords that had remained unchanged since mid-2012 “as a preventive measure”. In 2012, Dropbox had said hacks on “other websites” had affected customers who used their Dropbox password on other sites too. But now what purports to be the details of 68.6 million Dropbox accounts have emerged on hacker trading sites.
We use Storro for our projects with external partners, and it exceeds all expectations. The members of the various projects can work seamlessly with the various files needed for our projects, we control the versions and can see exactly what changes have been made.
Yahoo says 500 million accounts stolen
Source: CNN - september 23, 2016
Yahoo confirmed on Thursday data “associated with at least 500 million user accounts” have been stolen in what may be one of the largest cybersecurity breaches ever. The company said it believes a “state-sponsored actor” was behind the data breach, meaning an individual acting on behalf of a government.
Because we do not want to give away our business plans and research data, we sought software that keeps our data safe. Almost all “free” cloud providers impose the condition that they may use your data; which is something we do not want. After a long search we found Storro, and it feels good to have a supplier that offers good support.