Last week, Onehub rolled out a new Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) feature. Because 2FA helps make your account more secure, we encourage you to enable it (and Business and Enterprise plan admins to enforce it). And because we encourage you to enable it, we wanted to help you with a brief video tutorial.
This short screencast will walk you through all the necessary steps to activating 2FA. It’s part of our online video tutorial series that shows you how to get the most out of your Onehub account.
As always, if you need further help, you can check out our support page, or contact us directly at (877)644-7774.
We are proud to announce that starting today, two-factor authentication is now available to all Onehub users. We highly recommend you activate it as soon as possible. Here’s what you need to know:
What is Two-Factor Authentication?
Two-factor (2FA) authentication is a security feature that helps ensure that only the correct people are signing in to Onehub and accessing your data. When 2FA is enabled, you will be required to enter a special code delivered to a verified device before you can sign in. Read More…
We don’t want to brag — well… yeah we do. The Onehub crew took an afternoon off a couple weeks back to do a little team building, by pulling off a big high-tech heist. A caper, if you will.
We took a trip to Ninja Escape in Seattle to lock ourselves in a room and see if by working together, we could solve a series of puzzles to “steal” from the big baddie, and spring ourselves. Using math, code-breaking and, our knowledge of early 80s pop culture we successfully completed our mission with just 41 seconds to spare! Read More…
Onehub provides a host of security features to help businesses protect their data. One popular tool is our Automatic Watermarking for Workspaces. Onehub’s Watermarking splashes the word “Confidential” along with a user’s email (or IP) address and datestamp across every page of every document in a Workspace.
Watermarks are great because they help thwart unwanted sharing. Users will be less likely to surreptitiously disclose a document if they know their email address is plastered over every page.
When you run a large business, or are part of one that’s growing quickly, you need to make sure your business file sharing will accommodate all your needs as you scale. You need to share what you want, when you want, with whomever you want. That’s why today we are happy to introduce our new Onehub Enterprise plan.
Onehub Enterprise is our ultimate subscription plan, giving your business file sharing room to grow, and providing built-in extras and services to make your collaboration experience the best it can be.
We are not ones to celebrate frivolous days of recognition (we’re looking at you, “Vitamin C Day”), but today is evidently World Backup Day, “a day for people to learn about the increasing role of data in our lives and the importance of regular backups.”
Since Onehub is the better way to securely store and share your business files in the cloud, Backup Day is a recognition we can get behind.
Having just one copy of your documents living on your hard drive is silly and potentially dangerous for your business. What if you lose/break/crash/spill vitamin C water all over your computer?
With Onehub, you can keep all your business files safely in the cloud and access them whenever they are needed. Once in Onehub, we keep your content secure with our bank-level data encryption both in transit and at rest.
Onehub’s automatic file versioning allows you to keep track of changes you make to your documents, so you can update and rollback as needed.
So do yourself a favor: Whether you choose to use Onehub (you totally should!) or some other method, make every day a backup day.
Apple held an event yesterday and announced a smaller iPhone and a smaller iPad Pro, among other things. If you’re the type that needs to be first with the shiny new Apple device, Onehub has you covered.
Our iOS app gives you the power and functionality you need to be super productive. Onehub works and looks beautiful on any sized screen — whether you’re on a tiny iPhone, a big iPad or a gargantuan Retina display. We work hard to make sure your experience is consistent and beautiful.
Creating a delightful iOS experience means you can get just as much done on-the-go as you do at your desk. So when you sync your content between devices, you can find your files fast. Even better: Onehub supports tons of file types, so you can preview documents, spreadsheets, presentations and so much more on your new iPhone or iPad from wherever you are.
A smaller iPhone or iPad Pro may not be the biggest deal in the world, but making sure you can use Onehub on your iOS device of choice is a big deal to us.