Neone Spaces gives you an all-in-one-platform to chat, share, and store, while staying in control of your data.
We’ve combined many of the most widely used features of Zoom, Dropbox, and Discord into one seamless space – customized for your businesses or community, and the individuals within it.
Your own private web furnished with all the tools you want, all in one space.
You control your Space, you control your data.
No ads, tracking, or data mining.
Neone was founded to give people the power to share content and communicate with their friends and communities without giving up their privacy.
Today, we're stuck between the conversations we want to have and the price we have to pay - whether it's giving up our data, being vulnerable to leaks or feeling uncomfortable voicing our opinions.
Because current communication and sharing platforms were not designed with privacy and security as the first priority, we have been left with no choice but to accept platforms with widely ranging privacy protections and limited control over our interactions.
At the same time, it has always been the case that some things are best kept private. We need the space to think, talk and work freely, without the fear of exposure or self-censorship. That’s why at Neone we are creating private spaces for communities to chat, video, share, and store, on their own terms.
What makes Neone private?
Every Member of a Neone Space is given a unique secure server we call a Neone Hub. Members of one Space will not see Members of another Space
How do you pronounce Neone?
It’s pronounced “nee - oh - nee”
How is Neone encrypted?
At rest and in transit, user data is secured with 256-bit AES encryption. Every account in a Neone Space resides inside a unique and encrypted Neone Hub (cloud-based container) assigned to the user. The Neone app connects to that hub through encrypted VPN tunnels. All data in each Neone Space is encrypted with the Host's unique private key.
Is Neone compliant with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and other privacy statutes?