Dolly Drive works with Time Machine to locally duplicate, store online and restart access to your digital world through online storage. Dolly lets MacBook laptop users back-up and recover their data through Time Machine anywhere they travel. Mac desktop users can either skip buying an external hard drive or use both for a hybrid cloud solution.
“Time Machine is one of Mac users favorite applications, yet it’s been left behind in the push to the cloud. That limitation is now over.” said Dolly Drive chief architect Anthony Palermo. “Dolly Drive lets you finally use Time Machine free of constraints and with its easy external hard drive integration, provides a complete back-up solution.”
Dolly will launch in five storage offerings from 10 to 500 gigs and starting at $5 per month. Dolly Drive Pro will launch for the business world and include professional level service and administration features.
Dolly Drive is a product of Cirrus Thinking, an online storage and application development company based in New York City, Washington, D.C. and Boca Raton.
MacWorld Expo has traditionally been one of the premier conferences for Apple enthusiasts. The expo lost some steam after Apple pulled out of the conference in 2010. Despite Apple no longer sponsoring the event, it remains a prime conference for Apple peripheral vendors.
The expo will feature a variety of training sessions, including how to use an iPad, tutorials on various third party software such as Photoshop and features a perfomance by Sinbad.