Witkit’s encrypted collaboration platform promises to end data breaches

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Canadian startup Witkit has launched an encrypted collaboration platform that it claims will prevent data breaches. The system is the product of three years work by the Vancouver based company, which raised $5 million in funding to develop it. Sean Merat, Witkit’s CEO, told TNW: “Our intention with Witkit is to make the first fully-encrypted global collaboration platform so companies and individuals can more easily reap the benefits of socialized teamwork…With our proprietary method of data encryption, we can ensure that users’ information is secure at all times, allowing individuals to be productive without worrying about a data breach.” Rather…

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1 Kommentare:

jaosnsmskth hat gesagt…

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