Access your files wherever you go with Trend Micro SafeSync

For three days only, you can get SafeSync 20GB at 50 percent off. Never be without your important files--like your music or movies--when you need them the most.

UPDATE June 20, 2011: This offer has now ended.

It's Friday again and we have yet another offer for our CNET readers. Trend Micro is typically well-known for its antivirus and Internet security software, but with cloud backup services getting ever so popular, the company wants to get in on the cloud action too. There are several other solutions out there, but SafeSync has a strong security background of Trend Micro backing it up. Traveling? No problem. Access your music, movies, photos, or documents away from home and on your mobile devices. SafeSync keeps your files synchronized and up-to-date across multiple devices, making it easy for you to access your files on the go!

Check out some of its key features and take it for a test ride:

  • Data storage: Allows you to keep all of your digital files backed up, synchronized, and secure.

  • Simple to set up and easy to use: Works silently in the background, automatically providing backup and restore of your files in the event of a disaster, accident, or loss.

  • Access anywhere: It provides an easy way to access your files any time from any desktop, laptop, smartphone, or device with a Web browser.

  • File sharing: Easily invite and share your photo albums, files, and folders with friends via your social networks or e-mail.

  • All in one safe place: Stores your irreplaceable documents, photos, and music securely in a single safe location online.

Note that SafeSync has three storage options, but this offer is limited to its 20GB storage space. Originally priced at $39.95, Trend Micro SafeSync 20GB is now yours for just $19.95, a savings of 50 percent just for three days.

Offer ends Sunday, June 19 at 11:59 p.m. PDT.

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