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Keeping your data protected is becoming more and more important. The Prism Drive Secure Cloud Storage Lifetime Subscription gives you all your files in one place, securely, anywhere you need it. And right now, in our Back to Education event, $0.50 of your purchase will go to an educational charity.

Starting with 2TB of space and with a range of options to expand, Prism can be accessed with your preferred web browser, or you can use their iOS and Android apps to back up, manage, and share your files. Set backups to work automatically, or drag and drop only what you need.

Anything you delete is retained for 30 days, so any mistaken deletions can be brought back easily.

File sharing is done with custom links, and Inline file previews make it easy to confirm what you’re sharing. You can even stream video files directly from the link, so you can share rough cuts, family footage, and work projects easily.

All files can be given separate custom passwords, as well, so you can share just what you want.

There’s unlimited traffic as an option and there are no file type restrictions, so you can easily slot Prism into any organization, whether open source or common enterprise architecture. All encryption on the platform is zero-knowledge, with full compliance for privacy laws around the world, so no matter where you are, you can back up and share with confidence.

Backing up your files is increasingly not just about protecting your information, but about keeping everything you need handy. A lifetime subscription to Prism Drive offers 2TB of space you can tap into anywhere for $49, 93% off the $790 MSRP.

And as a part of our Back to Education event, after your purchase, you’ll receive an email to dedicate a portion of your purchase to a range of educational charities.

Prices subject to change.

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