Consumers have frustratingly asked the same question since the beginnings of the personal computer (PC). Starting in the 1980s, users wanted to know why some important files would not open or play correctly on their devices. The files in question are typically transferred from one PC user to another user on a different PC. Sometimes the important file contains business data, sometimes it's a compelling image, but due to the complexity of the file type, most often the file is some kind of video file.
VCR no longer working? Do you even know what's on those VHS cassettes? No worries! At Heirloom, we inspect all videos before for signal before digitizing.
Under COVID-19, and cancelled family reunions, how can we stay connected? Heirloom recommends digitizing your memories, then sharing them on the cloud!
Heirloom believes in digital privacy, and the commercial cloud makes that possible more than any other medium. Your data is always encrypted while any of your devices communicates with Heirloom's cloud. Unlike public networks like Facebook, the data on Heirloom's private network can never be shared or viewed by anyone but yourself and the intended recipients. You would be surprised to see the reputable organizations that trust could managed private networks for their most sensitive data!
Cloud storage is more reliable and accessible than physical storage. Heirloom’s “11 nines” durability means you are 411 times more likely to get hit by a meteor than...