luckycloud's cloud storage scores with high availability - together we are stronger!
The protection goals of integrity, availability and confidentiality are among the most important and security-relevant factors in cloud computing. Many cloud providers find the availability or high availability of their systems to be a particular challenge.read more
Germany's most secure cloud storage wins eco award 2019
The award ceremony of the eco - Verband der Internetwirtschaft e.V. took place for the 18th time on November 21, 2019 in Cologne and luckycloud won the eco://award in the category Hosting.read more
luckycloud groupware- The secure alternative to Microsoft Exchange
luckycloud Office is a secure Microsoft Exchange alternative from Germany with email, calendar, task and contact synchronization. The groupware enables secure as well as internal communication within the company.read more
luckycloud pro data room- the secure business cloud storage from Germany for individual requirements
The secure cloud services from Germany are well suited for companies with high data protection requirements. Larger teams can be easily administered with simple user and file managementread more
Cloud Computing - What is Cloud Storage?
All people talk about the cloud, many people even "live" in the cloud. Admittedly, the term "cloud" is opaque. Clouds come and go, we cannot grasp them and often they annoy us because they cover the sun. Reason enough to explain what the cloud is all about.read more
Anniversary of the basic data protection regulation - Part 3 outlook and summary
Indeed, further regulations will follow in the future. With the DSGVO, the basic framework for far-reaching data protection regulation has been established, although the next stage of the DSGVO is currently already being awaited: The e-Privacy Regulation. Among other things, it is intended to establish stricter rules on the handling of cookies and advertising trackers at EU level. The focus is particularly on the opt-in regulation for data processing and storage.read more
Anniversary of the Basic Data Protection Regulation - Part 2 Travelling in the Cloud as a Business Customer
With the introduction of the DSGVO, the protection of personal data has rightly moved back to the foreground. In this part of the three-part interview with Fresh Compliance, we have clarified for you how you as a business customer can move safely in the cloud and what you should bear in mind when choosing your cloud provider.read more
Anniversary of the Basic Data Protection Regulation - Part 1 What is the DSGVO?
One year has now passed since the DSGVO came into force and its introduction caused a lot of unrest and has been hotly debated in recent years, as has the topic of data protection in public clouds. In an interview with Frank and Philip from Fresh Compliance, we explained how these two topics are related and how you can move in the cloud in accordance with the DSGVO.read more
Snowden 2.0 - Spy affair now also in Germany?
Six years ago, the revelations of Edward Snowden have troubled many minds. But time heals all wounds. Thus, the data protection awareness of many people is receding into the background. The consequence: blind trust in any system. It is better to ignore the problem than to act. After all, there are more important things in life and you don't have anything to hide, do you?read more
Introduction to luckycloud - Part 2 Collaborative Teamwork with the Team Manager
Collaborative cooperation and data exchange used to be more difficult. How did you share data with colleagues, friends and family before the Cloud innovation? Using a USB stick or sending huge email attachments?read more
Introduction to luckycloud - Part 1 Login and storage features
One has just got used to the old system and then the boss comes around the corner and is of the opinion to integrate a new system because the old one is no longer DSGVO-compliant. The switch to a new system is always annoying. The selection of the right system alone usually takes a lot of time.read more
The creation of luckycloud
The foundation of luckycloud results from the idea to be able to store data securely in a German cloud and independent of large corporations. Ever since Edward Snowden it has been clear: the digital space is a network of international surveillance combined with the constant effort to research and steer user behavior. With most cloud providers, users are not customers, they are the product.read more