If you are concerned with the privacy of your information. (We’re looking at YOU Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and a bunch of other well-known privacy-invasive companies!) Kolab Now might be the perfect replacement for your present email, text messaging, calendar, address book, and other services. Kolab Now is an especially good replacement for Gmail, Microsoft’s email services (HotMail, Outlook.com, Microsoft 365, and others), Yahoo, and other services that read your email and other information in order to serve advertisements in your face and to sell information about your personal web surfing habits to any company that wishes to buy the information. Kolab Now also blocks spying by the U.S. government, the United Kingdom government, by China, and by a whole bunch of other governments that spy on their citizens.
There is one major disadvantage to Kolab Now, however:
Most of the above-mentioned services are available free of charge while Kolab Now costs a modest amount of money. For most individuals, Kolab Now monthly charges are about $ 4.50 US, £ 3.45 in the United Kingdom, and € 3.87 in all countries that use Euros. A free 30-day trial is also available. Group accounts, used mostly by corporations and other organizations, costs about $1 US more per month per user. That’s a lot cheaper than running your own in-house servers for email, text messaging, calendar, address book, and other services.
How much is your privacy worth?
What makes Kolab Now’s services worth the money?