So F-Secure is launching it's own cloud service that will be available to the public in early 2014.
They claim that their service will be more secure than other cloud services, mainly because "Finland’s signal intelligence capabilities are minimal compared to US". (Actually a valid point, heh).
Now, of course as a Finn, i'm keen to see how this will succeed... but what i find most interesting about this
is the fact that this is the first? (correct me if i'm wrong) it-security company that will be providing a full cloud service (instead of just a cloud backup).
What are your thoughts on this? Is it going to be a no-go, or could it rival Google Drive, SkyDrive, Dropbox etc?
I doubt it will go big unless they hire Apple staff to do their marketing, but hey; if their main focus is privacy, that's a good thing right?