Consolidate Your Cloud Platforms into One with Treasure Cloud It lets you move all of your separate cloud accounts under one umbrella.

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Entrepreneurs deal with a lot of data. That data is essential to your business, informing decisions, helping you better understand your customers, and much more. It's so essential, you've probably backed it up in several different places to make sure it's always safe. But with many cloud storage solutions comes many problems. How do you find the data you need when you need it fast?

Treasure Cloud Storage is the only platform that allows you to connect all of your cloud storage accounts in a single location without compromising privacy or security. A 5-year subscription is on sale for just $169.99 (reg. $900).

Treasure is built with client-side encryption, so whenever a file leaves your device, it's encrypted with a unique key that cannot be accessed in plaintext by any third parties. Working on Microsoft Azure, Treasure decouples AWS storage and Azure's data processing, giving you access to elite processing power, a seamless web app, and an ultra-secure back-end server.

If you're using Dropbox, Box, GoogleDrive, and OneDrive for different purposes, Treasure allows you to combine them all with up to 4TB of cloud storage space. Once joined, only you have control of who can access all of these files. With Treasure's enhanced search bar, you can search through and manage files easily and share files with the peace of mind that only your intended recipient will have access to those files. You can even opt-in for zero-knowledge for an extra layer of security.

User Josie Pena writes, "Currently using this service to consolidate all my documents from several devices and cloud services such as Google Drives. So far, so good. I'd recommend for people that want to consolidate their digital files."

Start consolidating your business's digital life. For a limited time, you can get five years of Treasure Cloud Storage for just $169.99 (reg. $900).

Prices are subject to change.

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