What is Out of the Cloud?
The OutCloud system was first developed solely for use within the private detective agency as a means to securely send case related materials to clients which often included large video, document, audio and image files. Other file sharing services available at the time came with serious security concerns and lacked any form of presentation whatsoever. The existing file sharing services also required the receiver to download files one at a time before they could even be viewed and required the users to grant them many invasive permissions to even use their system. This was simply not an acceptable way of doing business correctly within this specific industry.
The problem was then identified and a solution was developed shortly thereafter by Matt D. Ballard who partnered with web developer Robert Keddie. Together they created a prototype system and called it MyCaseViewer.com (MCV) which has been in successful operation since 2013. (MCV) has only served the private detective industry to date. The (MCV) system has developed significantly over the last several years by taking in customer feedback and putting it into action which lead to numerous product enhancements.
It did not take long to realize that with minimal modifications and product enhancements (MCV) would be able to offer the global community the same superior file sharing and presentation delivery experience currently enjoyed by the private detective industry. The team expanded to include additional program developers, marketing staff and business consultants then work began on the upgraded version of (MCV) with the intent to become a completely decentralized version revamped towards a more global market. The public version of MyCaseViewer was completed and called OutoftheCloud.com (OOTC). OutCloud Systems, Inc. has now developed a way of bringing instant delivery of multimedia file presentations to the world in a manner that is not dependent on cloud computing or long term file storage. Currently, our system only briefly bounces in and out of the cloud just long enough for the presentation to be delivered and for the recipients to view and/or download the desired files. At some point in the near future we intend to move 100% away from cloud storage altogether and can reasonably conceive block chain technology as a possible road map to accomplishing this goal.