Wednesday, 21 September 2011

New Social Networking Site Puts Priority on Privacy

Privacy and security are the number one concerns when it comes to use of social networking sites whether for business or personal use. The big names are under pressure from uses to better protect their privacy but also from other sites looking to capitalise on this call with assurances of such protection. The latest is FourNote.com, a social networking site that promises to put the security into the hands of its users.


FourNote is like any other social networking site in enabling the sharing of images, audio and video files, as well as a means of messaging and chatting to other users. However it also allows for the sharing of other files such as Word, Excel, Powerpoint, and PDF, making it ideal for business and academic purposes. 
Fournote.com is for select individuals and groups who want to retain privacy while sharing their lives on the Internet It’s easy to use and designed for friends, schools, students, communities, social organizations, families and businesses. - Alessandro Bani, Founder, FourNote
The new site also enables users to create filters or spheres through which to share information. The group members can then easily communicate and share information with one another or even other members. The user is then empowered to determine who can share what and with whom either within the individual groups or its members. This also helps cut down on the amount of inbox clutter.



FourNote enables message and information exchange with such ease that it opens up the potential to revolutionise the way group meetings can be conducted, for example; a user could conduct a seminar within a group and distribute accompanying materials to all the group members. Business meetings could also be conducted in a similar manner with company performance data or project proposals easily shared. With an emphasis on placing privacy protection in the hands of its users, FourNote could give other social networking sites cause for concern.

Image Credit; Dave Bleasedale

2 comments:

  1. Awesome Sharing Media!

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  2. Awesome Social Network privacy is the Key here I encourage every one to sign up!!!!!!!!

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