Security firm offering free music trial for new customers
The security firm said that the new Safesync 5.0 software ensures that users can access and update files, with end-to-end encryption as standard for any web-enabled device.
Using a simple drag-and-drop process, files can be added to the user's Safesync folder, which immediately synchronises them with an online copy of the storage, and to all enabled devices. The backup also allows users to share data, music files or folders with others.
The company, which stores the data within data centres based within Europe, is offering a trial membership of eMusic worth £21.
Karen Hicks, Consumer Product Marketing Manager, EMEA, Trend Micro, said: "A consumer living their everyday digital life now requires a degree of synchronisation and data security that, frankly, the simple backup solutions that they have often been using until now cannot provide.
"We know that the majority of our customers have more than one web-enabled device, with many treating their smartphones and tablets as extensions of their computers, so it's really exciting that SafeSync gets away from the idea of backing up data, as the data is already there, available and secure, in the Cloud.
"For example, you can sync from your home PC, smartphone, or iPad - and then view your synced files from any other web enabled device, completely securely."
New customers will be able to buy the backup service now, with existing users automatically upgraded. Prices start at £25 a year for 20GB rising to £100 a year for 100GB.
A list of system requirements can be found on the Trend Micro website.
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