FreeAllUp.Com Cloud

What is the FreeAllUp.Com Cloud?
At its most basic, the cloud refers to any type of software or service that isn't located on your personal computer or devices but instead runs on the internet. The files, images that you save on cloud services are stored on the servers of third parties.

You can then get at these files whenever you are using a device connected to the internet. If you've saved photos from your most recent trip to the beach, you don't have to wait until you're at your laptop computer to access them. You can find them by logging onto the internet from any computer or device anywhere.

How Secure is FreeAllUp.Com Cloud?
Saving photos hard drive? That’s becoming almost quaint. Today, people are more frequently saving their files in the cloud, storage space not located in their computers or devices but on servers hosted by third-party providers.

The positives of storing data and files in the cloud are many: You won’t clutter your computer. If your laptop, tablet or smart phone crashes, you’ll still have access to your files. And it will take you a long time to ever use up all the space that we have available.

But you might have concerns about cloud computing, including data protection, security threats, and potential data loss. You might worry that all those photos might be vulnerable to data breach and hackers who could break into us cloud servers.

Or maybe you worry that your provider’s servers will crash, causing all those photos of your summer vacations of your children’s elementary school graduation to disappear.
Here’s some reassurance, though: Information stored in the cloud is likely to be more secure than are files, images stored on your own devices. Why? Cloud companies often rely on far more robust cybersecurity measures to protect your sensitive data.

The security measures taken by FreeAllUp.Com are more robust and powerful than the ones you have to protect your computer and your home devices.


FreeAllUp.Com use SSL protection? (Yes)
What is an SSL certificate?
SSL is the acronym for Secure Sockets Layer, the standard technology for keeping an Internet connection secure, as well as for protecting any sensitive information that is sent between two systems and preventing criminals from reading and modifying any data that is transferred, including information that could be considered personal.