|1. Plug iTwin into USB port||2. Plug iTwin into USB port|
|Encrypt and store your files in the Cloud by dropping them into SecureBox Folder.||Directly access and edit decrypted version of your encrypted files in the Cloud from the SecureBox Folder.|
There may be some files that you need 24/7 access to, but the files may be confidential or too important for you to put them in the cloud?
With iTwin SecureBox you can place your draft proposal, your Password file, your private and confidential files in the cloud.
The convenience of the cloud allows you to have 24/7 access and your files stay secure because only your iTwin device can decrypt them.
iTwin works seamlessly with DropboxTM desktop application.
The iTwin device has two halves and both halves act as a key to your encrypted data. Give one half of your device to your client, business associate, friend or assistant and share files securely.
Put your data into SecureBox and send one half of your device across to your friend or collaborator.
|Directly share files between any two computers without using cloud storage.||Share files through cloud storage by securing your files within iTwin SecureBox.|
Both parties who share an iTwin device will have bi-directional secure access to shared files without ever being aware of the encryption and decryption taking place via iTwin device.
It is as if you are carrying an access-key to all your files in a device that fits in the palm of your hand.
Unlike portable storage, iTwin File Access lets your data stay safely at home (or office) and provides you direct access to the computer where it is stored
You can keep a single version of files on one computer, with you and your chosen collaborator(s) editing files on this version.
Say goodbye to multiple versions of files flying around by email or storing sensitive data on third-party servers.
You can plug multiple iTwin devices into a single computer and use your computer as a centralized shared repository for files shared between a group of people.
You can update the files in the shared repository and the whole group will have access to the latest set of files.
You can grant read and write permissions or just read permissions to files and folders using the familiar File Properties tools of Windows or Mac.
If you do not want someone to access a previously shared file, you can simply "unshare" the file.You can plug one half into your office computer and give the other half to your customer, business associate, client or assistant.