North Shore Computer Services

Keep Your Cloud Data Private & Safe

Most all the popular cloud based options many of us use currently, such as Google Drive & Google Photos, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive, and Apple iCloud are designed to mine your data and should not be trusted to store any sensitive information such as bank information, passwords, or any other information that you would not want published publicly.

An important motto to keep in mind with any of these popular choices, whether cloud options or email, is that if you are getting a product or service for free, then most likely it is YOU that is the product being sold - your data, browsing habits, and any other information we have stored on the 'cloud'.

Zero knowledge Encryption (User-Controlled End-to-End Encryption) All your data is encrypted with a key derived from your password; in other words, your password is your root encryption key. Noone has access to your password or your data. Using a strong and unique password will ensure that your data is protected from being hacked and gives you total confidence that your information will remain just that – yours. We strongly recommend generating a unique strong password and storing it using a password manager such as LastPass.

Two Factor Authentication (2FA) Enable Two-Factor Authentication for an additional layer of security.

Anti-Ransomware With all your important data saved in the cloud, you are protected from losing your data by a ransomware attack. Our file versioning and recovery features mean that even if you have automatic sync between your local storage and MEGA, it is possible to revert the files back to a moment in time before the ransomware infection.

  • Preventative & Repair Services To Keep Your Computers Operating Optimally

  • Browse the Internet Privately and Securely

  • Safely & Securely Store Your Sensitive Data In The Cloud

  • Have A Backup Plan For Your Computer That Actually Works