Source code is undeniably one of the most important assets of a technology company. Effective tools and methods are needed to protect it. Existing solutions tend to leave small businesses choosing either a hosted option or self-setup on-premise solutions based on standard server hardware for storing their code. gitstorage offers a better solution to meet the needs of smaller tech firms that combines the best of the hosted options and on-premise solutions.
As Git Storage CEO Christian Stredicke points out, “In the past, we simply didn’t know if someone ever stole our code. We sometimes wondered how our competitors came out with features that resembled our stuff so much. Nobody would leave a note and we can’t prove anything. But you have that bad feeling. I know the big companies can have a whole team working on protecting their code, but for small companies, that is simply not an option. We made gitstorage, so that companies have a great, ready to deploy product, to protect their intellectual property.”
gitstorage is sold in two variants, a 64GB (blue) and 16GB (pink) version. The 16GB version has a limit of 10 accounts, the 64GB version has no limit. The 16GB version is sold for 399 USD and the 64GB for 499 USD on Amazon.com.