Posted July 19, 2018 14:18:49 The Globe and Mail is excited to announce the launch of ukCloudx, a cloud storage service for smartphone and tablet users.
ukClient, the cloud-storage app that ukCLOUD has been working on for several years, now supports more than 20 devices including smartphones, tablets, smart phones, cameras, and gaming consoles.
The ukCloud app will be available to download on the Apple App Store, Google Play and Windows Store, and the uk CLOUD Android app will launch later this month.
Users can sign up for a free trial for ukServer and sync files on their phone.
uKCloudx is also available for Mac, Windows and Linux, and is also compatible with Apple’s Photos app.
ukCLOID’s team says the uKCLOUS app provides a more efficient and secure way to share files.
“The uKClouD app is the most popular uKcloud client on the market today, and it’s a perfect fit for mobile devices that are constantly being updated and upgraded,” says ukCMO John Cappellini.
It will be a simple and fast way to transfer files between devices, including between the devices of a single user, and can also sync files between different devices, whether that’s a single smartphone or a group of phones.
uCLOUDS can be used for things like sharing photos or videos, storing video, sending email or files, and much more.
uClOUD can also be used to manage files in different storage environments, like on Dropbox, Amazon S3, Microsoft Azure, Google Drive, and more.
According to ukCRM’s Adam Mazzarella, uKCRM provides “a robust, robust and reliable solution that has become the go-to solution for the industry.
We are excited to work with uCLOIDS team and support them to bring uK CloudX to market.”
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