GlobeX Data launches Arabic cloud storage service

DigitalSafe personal cloud data storage service now available in Arabic

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GlobeX Data launches Arabic cloud storage service The DigitalSafe service is now available in Arabic language version.
By  Mark Sutton Published  May 14, 2012

Cloud storage provider GlobeX Data has announced that its personal online data store, DigitalSafe, is now available in Arabic.

The application has been translated at the code level into Arabic, and offers all the same features as the English language version.

The DigitalSafe application is aimed at individuals, and provides a secure, online and mobile store for personal data. The free service acts as a secure repository for data such as PINs, passwords, medical records and credit card records, with templates available for users to enter their own data. Information can then be accessed through a secure web portal.

GlobeX Data has signed a number of partnerships in the region to promote the service, according to Alain Ghiai, CEO, and it is developing new partnerships with different verticals.

The company has also made its business-focused SecurusVault online backup service available as an app, through the AppDirect platform, and is working to integrate DigitalSafe through the same platform. The company is also developing an Android app version of DigitalSafe.

GlobeX Data is based in Switzerland, and applies standards of privacy to its customer's data equivalent to the levels of privacy offered by Swiss banks. As all data is stored in Switzerland, it is not covered by the US Patriot Act, the Canada Anti-Terrorist Act (ATA) and similar regulatory requirements to disclose data.

The company's services are also compliant with a number of data standards, including Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS), Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy (FOIPPA); the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA); the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) and the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP).

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