TigerText Now Offers Dropbox Integration, Supports Sending Files With Expiration Dates

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  • 16 Jul 2012
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  • TigerText is a secure messaging service, that just announced an API integration with Dropbox. This allows users to send documents securely, featuring a preset lifespan for the docs and also offering the user the ability to recall a file attachment or remotely revoke access.

    Encrypted documents can’t be downloaded, copied or forwarded. TigerText president Brad Brooks (also co founder) claims that the integration has a wide range of users targeted, basically anyone who uses Dropbox. Businesses who need to send files securely will also appreciate this feature. Sending confidential documents, legal and medical files can now be done easily. The same president says that a large agency in Los Angeles approached TigerText recently, having spent hundreds of thousands of dollars per year on courier services.

    Secure communication and transfers are a utopia nowadays, but through services like this one they can be achieved. TigerText will introduce the feature as soon as possible, but they need to test it for issues first. You will be able to access your Dropbox account through the TigerTest app right now, but only on iOS so far. BlackBerry and Android users will get that in the coming weeks. Brooks had to mention that this is not by any means a partnership or a transaction with DropBox, just an API integration.

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    • http://www.facebook.com/john.manish.35 John Manish

      We have been using Tigertext in our hospital for HIPAA compliant secure text messaging, and this new Dropbox application is really exciting since it will allow Doctors to do a remote consult with a large MRI or US image without worrying about HIPAA issues.

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