June 26, 2012 in Utility (E)
[prMac.com] New York, New York - Cirrus Thinking, makers of the award-winning Dolly Drive cloud backup and storage for Mac, are encouraging iDisk/MobileMe users to switch to the company's cloud storage as a replacement for Apple's service which ends on June 30th. Users can apply a promo code to their purchase for 1 month free on any one-year contract.
"The end of iDisk/MobileMe is also an enormous opportunity to reevaluate your cloud strategy." said Anthony Palermo, CEO of Dolly Drive. "As more and more family pictures, documents and videos go digital, easy, elegant, intuitive and affordable cloud storage is a necessity. Dolly Drive's Sync, Store & Backup is designed to give people who love the Mac experience exactly that, at a price less than even Dropbox and iCloud."
"To maintain data integrity, our support team advises users to move their files back to their hard drive and then drop it into their Dolly Space folder" added Palermo. "This method helps ensure nothing gets lost in the cloud transfer. It also gives Mac users an opportunity to create a clone of their entire hard drive using Dolly Clone. It's the most effective way to guarantee your files are absolutely protected, locally and in the cloud."
Dolly Drive is an all-in-one sync, store and backup service designed for Mac. 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. See more 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) 2011 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.