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A few decades ago, internet technology was just a dream. Techie gadgets and the ability to share and transmit information in a blink of an eye were considered out of this world and seemed like concepts that were hard to grasp.
These days, it's hard to imagine life without the internet. It seems we're leaving digital footsprints everywhere: from photos, documents, mails and what-have-you's online. Because of the effect of the internet in our lives especially in terms of communication, socialization, quest for knowledge and information, it's safe to say that each of us has a digital life already.
Your whole digital life is just somewhere there in the internet (I'm not only talking about social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter and the like but your banks, medical records, personal files and other important information). How do you keep up? How do you keep yourself safe?
If privacy and security are your concerns, let me share with you some information about this product called LifeKeep. It's a digital vault that uses 4G and the latest encryption technologies to provide you a secure place to archive and manage your digital life. It's a personal and secure cloud where you can store, manage and retrieve your multi-media files, manage your daily digital life (think: passwords, PIN codes, documents, medical records and similar stuff) and securely share information to others. It even gives you an easy way to handle your digital life after you're gone (by allowing you to safely pass on the keys to your digital life).
LifeKeep claims to bring the highest level of security currently in existence to individual users. It will be hard for someone to hack into your account because they would need a lot of computations to do that. A LOT!It operates as a private cloud solution that brings both privacy and security.
You can check out the LifeKeep by clicking the advertiser's link below. You can even create a free LifeKeep account and download the free LifeKeep app so you can "testdrive" this cool application. See why people claim that it's more convenient than Viber, safer than Facebook and better than DropBox.