It often happens, accidental deletion of your phone's content and what is more traumatizing is when you forget to back up those important files. Follows the dismay. It is undeniable that initiatives are not taken but, "is it sufficient enough?" that's what the question is rounding up.
At the outset, even tech people had no appropriate answer, but now, they do. Cloud storage outruns Google drive in this regards. Introducing Zoolz, a complete game changer. It is comprised of distinctive features such as multi-factor authentication, mobile and tablet backups, and even video and music streaming, name it, Zoolz goes overboard on the current run. The icing on the cake is one can get a 100GB lifetime subscription on sale for only $64 AUD [$50 USD]. Yes, you heard it right.
What does this surprise box include? Let's dig it.
• 100GB of Hot Storage for lifetime
• Streams all HD, 3D, 2k, and 4K video instantly or w/ preview snippets
• Mobile Backup for Android and iOS available
• Find photos by the objects and faces that appear within them
• Upload photos from your camera roll as well as connected social media accounts
• Mobile backup upgradeable
• AI facial and photodetection
• Lifetime access
With all this, it sounds pretty good to be true. But, with Artificial Intelligence, everything becomes easy and readily available in the blink of an eye. For speedy access, Zoolz stores discoverable versions of all files on Hot Storage while original large version remains on the digital equivalent of a remote warehouse known as Cold Storage. It also offers, filtration search options like - owners, type, date created, date modified, dominant colour (for photos), location, camera type, and more so that the user will not have to keep looking for their desired file. It can also extract any text from a JPEG or TFF image.
As it supports hundreds of media format, video and audio become viable without any buffering or hurdles during the streaming through Zoolz. Zoolz also includes same military-grade encryption which is robust and is also utilized by NASA, Netflix and the US government.