- Bulguard doesn't let you down when it comes to cybersecuring your PC with important data.
- The new BullGuard update focuses on cloud functionality, with Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive being very well supported.
- This includes a program manager that initiates regular backups.
- They've also greatly improved the parental control settings.
One can never have too much protection. Protection is what helps us complete our various tasks without having to fear additional issues, especially when talking about computers and the online medium. As such, protection is something you should always focus on improving. One way of doing that is by keeping an eye for the newest updates and implementations in the security department, such as BullGuard and their newest update which focuses on cloud functionality.
With the new update to BullGuard Internet Security, users can enjoy multiple new features that provide easier integration with the rest of the ecosystem. For starters, better integration has been added for the popular cloud services available. Dropbox, Google Drive and OneDrive now are much better supported by BullGuard, allowing BullGuard to provide enhanced cloud backup solutions.
The cloud backup features also include a schedule administrator that initiates periodic backups as per user settings and set time periods. If users want more protection, they can opt to encrypt their files before uploading them to the cloud. This ensures that in the eventuality of someone somehow getting their hands on your files, you have a safety net in the encryption set — meaning they have your files but can’t read them. This method of securing one’s files seems to be more popular.
Other things that users should take a look at are the parental control settings new cleanup tools, which can be used to clean up the computer. These round up the update and give it more beefiness, pleasing a wider range of customers.
Those interested in BullGuard and BullGuard Internet Security can acquire its license for $60, or $100 for the premium version. The main difference between the two is that the standard edition comes with three licenses which users can split between three compatible devices (PCs, Macs and Android devices), while the premium solution offers 10 licenses and additional social media related options for improving identity security.