A new start-up wants to become the keeper of some of your family's most private information, from medical records to intimate details about your children. It's called CareZone, and it's creating a super private cloud designed to help families easily share important information with loved ones and caretakers who need it.
The company was founded in 2010 by Jonathan Schwartz. He's a familiar name to the business world as he was the CEO of Fortune 100 company Sun Microsystems and oversaw its sale to Oracle in 2010 for $7.4 billion.
With CareZone, the mission is simple: Help moms and families organize private information. The website and mobile app (available on Apple's App Store and Android's Google Play) gives users a secure online space to store and share information privately, like emergency contact numbers, Social Security numbers, important insurance documents, doctor's appointments, directions on administering medications to loved ones, etc.
The company also offers productivity tools such as journaling, to-do lists, calendars, data storage and broadcast—a feature that enables users to record and send messages in real time to up 100 contacts simultaneously.