Cirrus Thinking has announced that their next generation Dolly Drive release, currently in beta and scheduled to go live within the month, is Mountain Lion-ready. July 30, 2012
Cirrus Thinking, makers of the award-winning Dolly Drive cloud storage for Mac, are making their Mountain Lion-ready next generation release available to new and current users running Lion and Mountain Lion as part of their beta program.
The all-in-one service for backup, sync and share in the cloud has also informed all beta users that Dolly Drive now features an original platform for online backup that still offers complete versioning, restoration and a seamless, intuitive interface for ease of use for all levels of expertise, similar to their current experience, but with almost zero systemic impact and overhead, faster uploads and greater data integrity.
“Our next generation release is a perfect match for the user experience Mac users are drawn to with the latest operating systems and we’re thrilled to be in a successful final stage of beta at the same time Apple has released Mountain Lion” said Anthony Palermo, Dolly Drive creator. “We are hearing from our users that they are absolutely blown away by the intuitive and elegant online backup, sync & storage process they are getting with Dolly Drive and we are excited to deliver the new version prior to full release in beta form.”
New and current users wishing to download the beta version of the Dolly Drive release can do so via their member account page at Dollydrive.com or find out more at http://www.dollydrive.com/mountain-lion
About Cirrus Thinking
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.
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