What is HoGo?
HoGo is a secure document sharing and distribution service that uses DRM/IRM (information rights management) technology to protect your PDF, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files from being re-shared and used without your permission. Unlike other file sharing sites, HoGo protects your files even after they have been downloaded; blocking screen captures, and even allowing you to revoke access to files remotely.
Protect, distribute, and manage important documents such as confidential business documents, private personal information, legal documents, and copyrighted works such as e-books. With HoGo, you control who can view your documents, whether they can be printed / edited or not, expiry dates and more. Documents sent with HoGo cannot be re-shared, forwarded, or otherwise leaked even after your recipient has downloaded them, keeping them secure and out of the wrong hands. You can also track and see who has opened your files, when, how many times, and where.
HoGo gives you the most flexibility on how you share your documents, and how they are viewed by your recipients. Create a web-link for viewing in a browser, send eBooks directly to the free HoGo Viewer on PC, Android, or iOS, download and view a PDF file in standard Adobe Reader on PC and Mac, edit Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files using Microsoft Office; whatever your application or platform, we have you covered.
Best of all, HoGo is easy and affordable to use. No software to install, no long-term contracts or monthly fees. Get started now, with a free trial.
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