I’ve been an Evernote user for years and Evernote backup was one of the reasons that we built Frostbox in the first place. I use it as my digital repository for daily use across a desktop, laptop and iPhone. Evernote comes in especially handy when travelling to store all transport, hotel bookings and travel information,
Frostbox already does Evernote backup for our users on a daily basis however we are now happy to announce that we now back up our paying our user accounts in real time! Not every hour or even 10 minutes or so, actual real time, make a change on an Evernote note and synch it and it will instantly update in Frostbox.
We are excited about being able to move some of our other services to real time backup instead of daily. Daily backup is excellent and more than adequate for the majority of our users but power users will appreciate the security of having real time backup so this is the ideal we are striving for but some API’s we use simply don’t (yet) offer this functionality.
Speaking of functionality; We always advise that you use Two Factor Authentication (2FA) when storing data anywhere and Frostbox offers this functionality via Rublon’s 2FA system. Simply download the Rublon app (totally free), click “Enable 2FA” button in the account settings, scan the QR code the smartphone app and you are good to go. From then on even if someone has your password they cannot access your Frostbox account unless they are using your own authorized machine or phone to do it! Read more about Frostbox’s 2FA here - it’s a good overview of what 2FA is and how it works, it’s simple and very secure, if you store data online you should be using it where offered!
Grab a free 7 day Frostbox trial today if you don’t already have one, please note that in trial accounts Evernote backup is still daily, only our paid accounts are real time.
Not head of Evernote? Check it out here it’s amazing!Posted March 16, 2015
In the world of online hacks, phishing attacks are still one of the most prevalent. They rely primarily on exploiting our trust. The more realistic the message appears, and coming allegedly from a reliable source, a high percentage of us is always likely to take the bait. We all think we can spot fake bank e-mails, but hackers are way ahead of our imagination and surprise us every day with their more and more creative approach. What are the most creative phishing attacks happening now?Posted May 15, 2014
As you are probably aware by now, earlier this week a very serious security vulnerability was discovered (nicknamed “Heartbleed”) that impacted many of the secure websites on the internet: Facebook, Dropbox, Google, Yahoo and Amazon. It’s in no way overblown drama we are used to online: this s**t is real, and it may just be the biggest, most widespread vulnerability in the history of the modern web. Half a million sites are vulnerable.Posted April 11, 2014
As of today, Tumblr has got over 170 million blogs. That’s one blog per each citizen of Pakistan, or one blog per two citizens of the United States! The rate of growth might have slowed down since the Yahoo! acquisition last year, but it has definitely not stopped. We tell you why you should back up Tumblr before you sign up to Frostbox, but today we though we’ll give you a lowdown on HOW to do it!Posted February 18, 2014
Over the years Instagram had its ups and downs, hacks, deleted accounts, but it remains one of the most popular photo sharing applications around. It’s still our go-to place for adding some extra filters to lunches and pooch pics. Many professional photographers use Instagram to promote their work.
With all those amazing pics we have uploaded to Instagram, the application is quite often the only place where those images are saved. It’s time to secure your best snaps for future generations. Here’s how to back up Instagram photos to Frostbox:Posted February 07, 2014
With hacker attacks spreading around the interwebs and affecting virtually every service to certain extend, how great would it be to see if we were / are hacked before the perpetrator causes a total mayhem? Some of the services we use every day give us this ability, we just need to know where to look!Posted February 07, 2014
This week Backupify made another step towards the global domination of the enterprise backup sector by phasing out one of their B2C services: Flickr backup.Posted February 06, 2014
It’s just over one year since we went live with our beta and what a year it was!Posted January 31, 2014
We all know there’s no hiding from social. We are all on board, having accounts on every platform. We know how important it is for our brand and from a personal perspective. We also know that to manage social media account effectively, we need a lot of time and effort. This unfortunately coincides with the fact we also want to have a life outside of the small screen. How does one have an awesome social presence without spending all their life online? Get organised! we will show you how.Posted November 29, 2013
The end of the year is coming fast, and as we reminisce on the year that is about to end, let’s spend a minute looking at the changes that happened on the net..Posted November 25, 2013
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