4-Step Computer Security Upgrade
Learn to encrypt your files, secure your computer when using public Wi-Fi, enable two-factor authentication, and use good passwords.
ioSafe makes nearly-indestructible backup drives that I liked very much when I got to review them. Now, they’re embarking on a new mission: simple network-attached storage, the ioSafe N2. Think of it like having your own, personal Dropbox server that you could set on fire and drop off a bridge, then recover a week later. Or a Rapture-proof Pogoplug.
You can’t buy one, yet, but you can get one on ioSafe’s IndieGoGo fundraiser for $499. ioSafe wants to use the IndieGoGo campaign to get its NAS project going, but CEO Robb Moore says that “this project is happening – no matter what we raise.”