Encrypted Cloud Storage
An online drive (like DropBox, Google Drive, OneDrive, etc.) that is linked to your email for storing documents, pictures, etc.
Maybe there is a way to implement OwnCloud in Tutanota and encrypt it...?
I would love Tutanota cloud storage, but I don't like having to install software on the computer to get it. For example SpiderOak offers secure cloud storage but requires the user install software onto the computer, which I don't want to do.
Is it possible Tutanota could offer secure cloud storage without requiring that users install any software on their computers? Tutanota could provide users a certain amount of storage free and if users want more they could pay to get it?
would be cool to use owncloud to have drop box esque cloud functionality
AdminTutanota Support (Admin, Tutanota) commented
In a first step encrypted cloud storage could be realised via the browser only.
In a second step, of course, the integration with local file systems should be implemented, but not from the start.
Alex Then commented
I actually think is a complicated issue. Would it be a traditonal online storage service? Would having to divert resources to creating the necessary apps for different platforms: windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, android, etc. be too much too handle as this time? Especially with the *hopeful* requirement of the clients being encrypted, open source, etc. Don't get me wrong, this would be great. As there is no open source and encrypted cloud storage out there other than disk42. I guess it could be still accessed from an adapted version of the email app. But I still think the computer apps would be ideal.
Tl; dr : What would this mean, *exactly*?
How will this work exactly?
Integrate encrypted file-sharing! This is something I haven't found anywhere as easy as it would be with Tutanota!
This is a feature I've been dying to find again. Since switching from Google Drive to SpiderOak, I still have the ability to share files in a Dropbox-like manner using the Hive folder. But I've lost the ability to easily access a cloud-only option a la Google Drive. I'd be more than willing to pay a reasonable fee for this one, though I think a free option would encourage wider adoption.