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pCloud was named the most secure cloud storage service for 2016 at the prestigious Cloud and DevOps World Awards ceremony in Olympia, London. The honorable jury distinguished the brand together with its security feature pCloud Crypto in the Best Cloud Security Platform category.
“pCloud was chosen as the most secure cloud storage in the world based on three specific criteria,” said Tunio Zafer, CEO of pCloud. “The company offers the highest level of cloud storage security, the service is super user friendly, and it guarantees cost-efficiency of the investment. I am glad to see that our 5 million users and the jury share the view that pCloud can be trusted, and we prove it every day.”
The international recognition is yet another achievement for the cloud storage company. A month ago pCloud outrun Dropbox in an upload speed test competition. An 1.12 GB file was uploaded almost six-times-faster in pCloud than in Dropbox thanks to the company’s proxy servers collocated around the world and the brand new data transfer protocol, developed by pCloud.
pCloud is a security-led cloud storage service, based in Switzerland. The company's main focus falls on developing a safe solution with seamless file sharing options. In less than three years, pCloud has managed to grow a family of almost 5 million users internationally and reach a level comparable to the world's best cloud storage companies. pCloud offers a full set of applications for desktop, mobile and web. Among the company's main services are pCloud Drive, pCloud Crypto, pCloud Business and more. Multiple file sharing and teamwork options, along with automatic data upload and synchronisation are also part of the service’s portfolio of features.
You can download pCloud from the App Store, Google Play and http://www.pcloud.com.
For more information about pCloud, please visit http://www.pcloud.com.
For more information about the pCloud Crypto Hacking Challenge, please visit https://www.pcloud.com/challenge.