November 21, 2012 in Software (E)
[prMac.com] New York, New York - Cirrus Thinking, maker of the award-winning Dolly Drive cloud backup and storage for Mac, is offering a deal for Black Friday 2012 - 20% off plus your first month free. That's more than 3 free months in your first year!
"Black Friday is a huge day for purchasing new Macs and with Black Sheep Friday, we want to make sure that these Macs are backed up from day one." said Anthony Palermo, creator of Dolly Drive. "There's no greater value than Dolly Drive's complete backup, sync & store features, but since people are hunting for killer deals, we want them to get that satisfaction too with 20% off a Dolly cloud plan."
The company's new operating platform, Dolly Drive REVO version, is an all-in-one sync, store and backup service designed for the Mac experience. In addition to providing Mac users offsite cloud storage and mobile access to expand hard drive space, the application allows users to create a bootable clone of their Mac on an external hard drive for local disaster recovery.
Dolly Drive also offers a free 100GB 30-day trial. Dolly Drive's 100 Gig annual plan is priced at $72 USD, less than similar services like Dropbox ($99), iCloud, ($100 for 50 GBs), Mozy ($96), Spider Oak ($100), and SugarSync ($149).
The blacksheep promo code for 20% off plus first month free will be available from Black Friday (11/23/12) to Cyber Monday (11/26/12). Use promo code: blacksheep.
See more of the new REVO release at Dolly Drive online.
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. Copyright (C) 2012 Cirrus Thinking. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.