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Shute Files Patent Application for New Software That Will Forever Change Access to Cloud Storage Services

Dec 31 2013, 2:11am CST | by

Gilford, NH, December 31, 2013 --(PR.com)-- The world of Cloud Storage just changed forever with the development of a new app called Shute. This is in Patent Pending Status, and promises to introduce a new paradigm of thinking about the way files are transferred direct from the web, or attached to an email, to the cloud storage services. The new software will make it possible to bypass the users personal device, and allow them to download files from the Internet directly to the cloud.

Shute eliminates the users device while streamlining the entire upload/download process. This translates into faster data transfer speeds because the users device isn’t in the middle of the process. There is also less data usage, whether it’s over wifi or through a carrier, and there is less wear and tear and energy usage by the personal device.

During a recent interview, Brad Gagne, co-developer of Shute, had this to say: “We clearly see where cloud storage, and how people use it, is headed. This was a golden opportunity for us to step in, fill a vital need, and make the cloud more usable and more easily accessible than ever before."

In the cloud, users can automatically sync files across multiple computers. Files can be shared between family and friends. All cloud services offer complete data security by employing at least 256-Bit Encryption. Most services also offer direct back-up into the cloud account from the personal computer. Shute frees up a host of data and storage space across all of these platforms.

Contact Information:
Shute
Ashley Nialetz
603-581-8348
Contact via Email
shuteit.com

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