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safedrop lets your business share files and messages securely with anyone. 

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How to send a secure email with safedrop

Here's a video to show how easy it is to send a secure email with safedrop.


yousendit vs safedrop - we're all about security

Yousendit is a great service for sending files, but we believe that in business protecting your data is paramount. With safedrop, details like self destruct, and anti password guessing protection are all built in.

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AppVita score safedrop as 5 out of 5!

AppVita just reviewed safedrop, and they gave us a full 5 stars, in their words WOW!

They particularly liked:

  • Users can set all the controls for their own accounts
  • View your messages with a web browser or a desktop tool
  • Use the API to control even more elements of your account
  • Only 3 SafeDrop admins have access to the data on the company servers

 Let us know what you like - and dont like too!


free upgrade - we’ve just added recipient verification to all accounts

The default security level for safedrop has just got higher. Now when you send a safedrop, any recipient will have to prove their identity before they can get it. When they receive your message link, if they haven’t accessed safedrop on that computer before, they will be requested to enter a short text string sent by email.

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The Bribery Act arrives in 2011 & should improve UK's status as one of the least corrupt countries in the world.

On 20th July 2010 the Ministry of Justice issued a press release on the Bribery Act 2010 (the "Bribery Act") stating that the Bribery Act would come into force in April 2011. The Bribery Act is aimed at reinforcing the reputation of the United Kingdom as one of the least corrupt countries in the world and seeks to pave the way for fairer practice by encouraging companies to adopt anti-bribery safeguards.

The most significant change for all companies is that the corporate offence is now one of strict liability. Therefore, under the Bribery Act, an organisation will automatically be guilty of a criminal offence where a bribe is paid on its behalf, subject to the defence of "adequate procedures".

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7 simple ways to cut carbon at work - and save money

At safedrop we’re fanatical about saving trees and carbon, here’s some simple steps we follow to keep things green and save a bit of cash.It's 2010 - if you're reading this, you can work from

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Not an inbox or outbox - mysafedrop box - all your secure messages in one place, with enhanced security

We just added a ‘my safedrops’ page where, at a glance, you can see all the safedrops you’ve sent, check for replies, or see if files have been downloaded. Being safedrop, we've added extra security here and

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