Easy to use, high-grade digital protection for all will be top of the agenda at next week’s Latitude 59 conference from May 25 – 26 in Tallinn, Estonia.
The Filebolt team will be attending Latitude 59 along with 1500 innovators, startups and investors from across the globe to explore the future of digital health, fintech, space technologies, and the effects of digitalization in general. The team aims to introduce Filebolt to new audiences, to get feedback on how to further improve the service, and to continue building more consumer trust.
The world’s first digital economy is the perfect home for Filebolt’s philosophy. Protecting your digital property is as easy as locking your car door when you use Filebolt, but the majority of potential customers may be sceptical at first. In short, why should they trust us?
“The conference will serve as an opportunity for attendees to dig deeper into the powerful engine that runs under Filebolt’s deceptively simple hood,” says Yrjö Hyvärinen, Envault CEO and Filebolt evangelist. “Two critically important factors make Filebolt the perfect solution for people who want digital security.
“Firstly, Filebolt doesn’t own, host or handle any of your data. Your property is your own – all protection is applied directly to your files, meaning they stay solely under your ownership. Secondly, the service is built on powerful, enterprise-grade technologies – we’ve just created an easy-to-use interface that can be used by all.”
With cloud services becoming evermore popular, Filebolt is a real solution for keeping your files safe and protecting your digital property against hacking and service breaches. While the majority of people may not be aware such solutions exist, our mission is to teach people that protecting files is everyone’s right – and that there is an easy way to do it.
“We recently launched the service, and we are very interested in getting feedback from real world users,” continues Yrjö. “We are constantly fine tuning the service based on customer feedback, we will continue to introduce the new features that people want. For instance, the service now works on multiple platforms, including Android devices, iPhones, iPads, Mac and Windows.”
Conference attendees can ask the team for 3 months free access to the service. Come meet the Filebolt team at their stand, located in Demo 16 close to the restaurant. Keep your eyes peeled for the Envault and Filebolt logos. If you would like to schedule a meeting with Yrjö, send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or get in touch via the Latitude 59 app.