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The creator of Dolly Drive, online backup for Appleâ€™s Time Machine, will present the companyâ€™s newest technologies for all-in-one online storage, file sharing, auto-archiving, backup and disaster recovery at the 1st Annual Apple Specialists Marketing Conference in Miami, Florida. CEO Anthony Palermo will address conference attendees beginning at 3:15pm on Wednesday, October 12th about Dolly Drive, named Best Software and Best of Show by MacLife Magazine at the 2011 MacWorld Expo.
Miami, FL, Oct 12, 2011 –/BackupReview.info/– Cloud services provider Cirrus Thinking announced that CEO and founder Anthony Palermo will present the newest technological capabilities for Dolly Drive at the 1st Annual Apple Specialists Marketing Conference in Miami, Florida.
The Dolly Drive application, which was awarded MacLife Magazineâ€™s Best of Show and Best Software at MacWorld Expo 2011, launched as an online backup solution and local bootable clone disaster recovery solution that uses Appleâ€™s Time Machine Backup Software for cloud backup. The company will soon introduce new advanced functionality for all-in-one online storage, file sharing, auto-archiving, backup and disaster recovery .
â€œMiami is Dolly Driveâ€™s hometown and we are excited to share our slew of new technological capabilities at the ASMCâ€™s first annual conference,â€ said Anthony Palermo, CEO of Dolly Drive. â€œWe are thrilled to share the technologies in our pipeline with fellow Floridians and passionate Mac users.â€
Dolly Drive is a subscription software and online storage service designed for Appleâ€™s Time Machine. In addition to providing Mac users offsite 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 Appleâ€™s Lion and Snow Leopard platforms.
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