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Total Privacy - No Ph.D. RequiredAn Interview with Skiff’s Director of Security.
On April 3rd, Hosting Advice published an interview with our Director of Security, Nishil Shah, on how Skiff pushes the envelope in providing end-to-end encrypted, privacy-preserving products. Skiff offers four products - Pages, Drive, Calendar, and Mail - for end-to-end encrypted collaboration and communication. Skiff is continuing to make privacy-preserving advancements, from end-to-end encrypted real-time collaboration to client-side search algorithms, to improve the next generation worksuite.Today, individual users can take advantage of our collaboration suite for free or gain access to custom domains and additional storage on our Essential plan for just $3/month. For teams, Skiff products offer a feature-complete solution to the Google and Microsoft style productivity suites for communicating and collaborating on Pro and Business Plans.Larger teams can also take advantage of custom domains, shared teams, and shared links for collaborating externally. We also launched paid plans with Pro and Business tiers for individuals, families, and teams. Skiff’s paid tiers offer more storage space (up to one terabyte per user), extra email aliases (up to fifteen per user), additional version history, and shorter email aliases.
|Drive storage||10 GB||100 GB||1 TB|
|Folders and labels||5||Unlimited||Unlimited|
|Schedule or undo send|
|Email + doc text search|
|E2EE link sharing|
|Doc version history||24 hours||Unlimited||Unlimited|
More technical infoTo learn more about how Skiff works, check out our technical whitepaper at https://skiff.com/whitepaper. Our whitepaper details technical specifications of how end-to-end encryption protects your data across all Skiff products.If you’re looking to learn about how Skiff does real-time collaboration with end-to-end encryption - an industry first - check out our blog. We also wrote a detailed technical blog on how Skiff performs client-side search over your data - keeping it private at all times.Finally, Skiff Mail is open-source, allowing others to review and inspect the product codebase. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions.
Contact, questions, and more informationJoin our communities on Twitter, Discord, YouTube, and Reddit to ask questions, propose new features, or try out beta releases early.For a link to the full interview, click here!
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