Heads up, FileShadow users! The company has recently announced the addition of custom tagging capabilities to the service, through which you can now organize files and photos stored in your cloud vaults through custom search tags. That means iCloud, Adobe Creative Cloud, Adobe’s Lightroom solutions, Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive and OneDrive for Business. As long as you link those accounts to FileShadow, it will use machine learning to automatically generate a few tags. It also allows editing of the tags added by FileShadow’s machine learning algorithms to make your searches faster, fine-tuned, and more accurate.
Specifically what FileShadow is doing is aggregating all the files from these sources into a single reliable and secures searchable cloud vault. With the new capabilities, FileShadow users can select one file or as many as they want from their vault to add and edit tags, as well as remove any auto-generated tags that aren’t related or relevant to the files. The extensible metadata store is among the built-in features of FileShadow, and it automatically generates searchable metadata for each file once it’s copied into the vault. These include the location (GPS), optical character recognition (OCR) of PDFs, and machine learning (ML)-generated tags for images. The metadata system is implemented for all files, regardless of the storage source. While machine learning allows FileShadow to provide superior search capabilities, the update improves on this automated tagging feature with user input, allowing users to get better search results for files in their vaults.
Think you need FileShadow to consolidate all your storage sources? It’s free of charge for up to 100 GB of data. Should you need more storage, subscriptions are available at $15 per month for 1 TB, $25 per month for 2 TB, and $10 per month for each additional terabyte). For Virtual Desktops, pricing is at $25 for 2 TB and $10 per month for each additional terabyte. Visit FileShadow.com for more information.