Microsoft he said A very interesting and useful feature for one of them products her. It's one "Secret space" in OneDrive, which can be used to store sensitive data. This feature is very useful and will certainly attract many users in in cloud storage service.
In this space, users will be able to upload and store sensitive archives, photos and documents.
Many people are worried about it protection of the data they store on their computers.
The new feature will be called OneDrive Personal Vault and users will be able to protect it with various methods, such as the application dual identity authentication, fingerprint, face recognition, PIN, Microsoft Authenticator or a single-use code, sent via SMS.
According to Microsoft, the data will be fully secured and encrypted, like all other OneDrive files. Also, the company has ensured that the new feature is both handy and safe.
You will be able to record videos, scan documents, click on photos and upload to Personal Vault without requiring the copy-paste process from the regular OneDrive.
It is also possible to use the personal vault on a computer with Windows 10, where Microsoft will store all relevant data on the hard disk with BitLocker.
The OneDrive Personal Vault will be released later this year, starting in Australia, New Zealand and Canada. It will be available for Android, iOS, Windows 10 and OneDrive web version.
However, Microsoft's new feature has a limitation. You will be able to use the feature even if you use it for free version of OneDrive, though only a limited number of files can be downloaded to OneDrive Personal Vault. This is true for both users who use the cloud service free as well as for those who pay to have extra 100 GB storage space.