We have recently changed our shopping cart to Content-Shelf; an online Store, shopping cart & online storage centre for the purchases you make.
A common question we receive is "Is it safe to store resources online?"
I believe that this is a generic question about storing anything online these days. Is it safe? What steps can you take to protect your data?
I use online storage everyday as I travel around for my 'day job' as a project manager. I mainly use Dropbox. I was sceptical at first but after much research realised that these online storage providers have gone to extremes to safeguard our material.
If you view the FAQ section of Dropbox, you will find the following:
"Your files are actually safer while stored in your Dropbox than on your computer in some cases. We use the same secure methods as banks." This is an important statement to elaborate on given the nature of their service. The point of using cloud storage is so that you can access your files from several computers. The issue is that your files are not necessarily safe when you access those files on unsecured computers.
Another excerpt from their FAQ section:
Most companies that store your data will generally have statements similar to the one above.
It is no different at Just Teach® and our online store/ shopping cart, Content-Shelf.
The benefits of this safe service:
✓ Multiple search options
✓ Download or send to Dropbox options at checkout
✓ Your purchases/ resources are stored online for free
✓ Never lose your purchases/ resources again
✓ Access them anywhere, anytime with unlimited downloads
✓ New purchases are added to your 'account'
✓ Any updates to the resources transfer to your resources
✓ It looks cool
We hope you enjoy the benefits and peace of mind knowing we have your best interests at heart.
Check it out here today and have a great weekend! :)
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