Xendo, Can Do
October 23, 2015
While it would be lovely to access and find all important documents, emails, and Web sites within a couple clicks, users usually have to access several programs or individual files to locate their information. Stark Industries wanted users to have the power of Google search engine without compromising their personal security. Xendo is a private, personal search engine that connects with various services, including email servers, social media account, clouds, newsfeeds, and more.
Once all the desired user accounts are connected to Xendo, the search engine indexes all the files within the services. The index is encrypted, so it securely processes them. After the indexing is finished, Xendo will search through all the files and return search results displaying the content and service types related to inputted keywords. Xendo promises that:
“After your initial index is built, Xendo automatically keeps it up-to-date by adding, removing and updating content as it changes. Xendo automatically updates your index to reflect role and permission changes in each of your connected services. Xendo is hosted in some of the most secure data-centers in the world and uses multiple layers of security to ensure your data is secured in transit and at rest, like it’s in a bank vault.”
Basic Xendo search is free for individual users with payments required for upgrades. The basic search offers deep search, unlimited access, and unlimited content, while the other plans offer more search options based on subscription. Xendo can be deployed for enterprise systems, but it requires a personalized quote.