Now with Dolly Drive you can access your files anywhere, park your data in the cloud freeing up valuable local hard drive space, and remain backed-up and archived locally and online.
New York, NY (PRWEB) November 10, 2011
Cirrus Thinking, makers of the award-winning Dolly Drive cloud storage for Mac, showcased its new product expansion from its current online backup offering at the Loop Business Expo in New York City on Wednesday. The new features give Dolly Drive subscribers access to multi-cloud services within a single application and subscription fee. It will be available in December.
“We’ve put all of a Mac user’s cloud storage needs into a single, adjustable application that integrates perfectly with the overall Mac experience” said Anthony Palermo, CEO of Dolly Drive. “Instead of getting online backup from one place, cloud storage from another, and local disaster recovery from a third vendor, we’ve combined it all into one, absolutely game-changing service. Now with Dolly Drive you can access your files anywhere, park your data in the cloud freeing up valuable local hard drive space, and remain backed-up and archived locally and online.”
Dolly Drive is a subscription software and online storage service designed for Apple’s Time Machine. In addition to providing Mac users off-site cloud storage directly through the Time Machine application, the application allows users to create a bootable clone of their Mac on an external hard drive for local disaster recovery. It works with Apple’s Lion and Snow Leopard platforms. http://www.dollydrive.com
About Cirrus Thinking
Cirrus Thinking was founded in 2009 by a pair of passionate Apple fans with the goal of delivering the critical advantages of cloud services to Apple users at the consumer, small businesses and enterprise levels. The first product Dolly Drive, an online backup solution for Apple’s Time Machine launched in 2011 and was named MacLife Magazine’s Best Software and Best of Show at MacWorld 2011. Cirrus Thinking has offices in New York and Miami, with data centers located in the United States and Europe.