Hiding certain files and folders is a need which many of us may require time to time. Though there are many encryption software available for this job, one thing which is noticeable is that they do not hide the files but only locks them with a password making people aware of presence of a locked files that cannot be accessed.
As criminals become increasingly sophisticated with technology, it’s very important to keep personal information safe. A new product on the market can make it easier to do just that.
Folder Lock fills a gap in Windows operating systems: Password protecting objects such as files, folders and drives for example. On top of that is Folder Lock a viable alternative to Windows built-in EFS File encryption. Here’s all you want to know about Folder Lock 6.2.5 encryption and locking.
Whether your employees are using peer-to-peer technology to download the latest game or video or to share work-related documents, their actions may place your data and your organization at risk.
Who hasn’t lost an important file when it somehow wasn’t included in the last backup before computer failure? Follow these tips to ensure that you never lose data again. It’s a fact of life that computers fail. Hard drives fail. A power surge fries the computer.
It used to be that only true geeks would carry a flash drive around on a regular basis; I’ve had one with me all the time for years. Now, it seems like everyone has one handy.