TLDR: With 4TBs of premium Treasure Cloud Storage space, users get a robust package of storage options, headlined with an armada of prime security features.
Most cloud storage shoppers fixate on two key selling points from any provider: the size of the cloud storage space they offer; and the price. Those concerns obviously make sense, but there’s a third headline bullet point that absolutely should not be ignored: security.
Too often, cloud providers offer space, but there’s a fairly major question of trust there when it comes to how they’re interacting with your data. That’s why a look in many terms and conditions statements might point out some shocking findings about how data files are handled. Some companies even reserve the right to sell your data right there in that tiny fine print text you never read.
Treasure Cloud Storage thinks that’s fundamentally wrong. That’s why their service offers a 5-year subscription with 4TBs of premium cloud storage space with built-in security that most other services can’t touch. Right now, that 5-year subscription is available at more than 80 percent off its regular price, down to just $169.99.
Treasure Cloud was founded with the safety of client data as the centerpiece feature. That starts with client-side encryption, which means that every time a file leaves one of your devices, it’s immediately encrypted with your own unique access key that’s inaccessible to any third parties, including Treasure Cloud. In fact, Treasure won’t even store your account’s recovery keys if you forget your password. That’s known as zero-knowledge encryption, meaning you are literally in control of everything tied to your account.
At every stage in the process, your files are encrypted, whether they’re being stored, in transit, or in active use. Even if you’ve already got a Dropbox account, a Microsoft OneDrive, a Google Drive, or others, they can all be linked through your Treasure Cloud, offering protection, increased searchability, and other file management tools to enhance all of your storage sites.
Treasure Cloud even uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) servers for its storage needs and Microsoft Azure for its processing, never putting all their eggs into one basket so no single outage or problem could ever keep your files down for long.
One Treasure Cloud account works with an unlimited number of devices. Right now, a 5-year subscription to a Treasure Cloud account, routinely a $900 value, is available now for less than $5 a month at just $169.99.
Prices are subject to change