May 1, 2013 in Seminars and Events (E)
[prMac.com] New York, New York - Dolly Drive, makers of online backup and cloud storage for Mac computers, will showcase how Dolly Drive handles even the biggest backups in the latest installment of their webinar series "15 Minutes with..." this Wednesday, May 1, at 12:30pm ET. The fifteen minute web session will show Dolly Drive users how to securely backup even large files such as virtual machines and photo and music libraries.
Dolly Drive is an award-winning application and cloud storage service built specifically for backup and cloud productivity in the Apple ecosystem.
As music and media libraries become exponentially larger, and virtual machines become more common using applications like Parallels and Fusion, Mac users need a way to quickly and easily backup large data files. While other solutions re-write entire files for even the smallest changes, Dolly Drive's incremental backup saves time, processing power, and bandwidth by backing up incrementally. In this webinar, we'll walk users through the process, and Dolly team members will be on hand to answer questions relating to our backup technologies, and best-practices for dealing with large files.
Originally heralded for bringing Apple's Time Machine backup software to the cloud, Dolly Drive recently released it's own platform which integrates the first Desktop File System for Mac that runs entirely in the cloud with local syncing, automatic versioned online & local backups, and disaster recovery of an entire hard drive. To register for the webinar, visit 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) 2009-2013 Cirrus Thinking. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.