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Mac-based online backup & virtual storage company has offered free one-year subscriptions to all of the seventy-one individuals named to Forbes Annual List of the Most Powerful People in the World who work on Mac computers. The Forbes list was released this week. The offer is not affiliated with Forbes. Winners are directed to the Dolly Drive website where they can set up their accounts.
New York, NY (PRWEB) December 07, 2012
Cirrus Thinking, LLC has extended an invitation to the seventy-one individuals on the Forbes list of the 2012 Most Powerful People in the world to download a complimentary one-year subscription of the award-winning Dolly Drive online backup & virtual storage for Mac.
Selectees include President Obama, Bill Gates, Vladimir Putin, Sergey Brin, Larry Page, Bank Ki-moon, Timothy Cook, John Roberts, Benjamin Netanyahu, Rex Tillerson, Elon Musk and Kathleen Sebelius. The Dolly Drive offer is not affiliated with Forbes. The invitations were extended on Dolly Drive's website & via direct message on Twitter.
Dolly Drive is a Mac-based cloud solution for consumers & businesses that provides online access to all of the work created and stored across a Mac users computers and devices, and then does versioned backups of all that work. Anything a person creates on their Mac is not only accessible from any of their computers or devices, but automatically versioned and backed up every hour.
According to Dolly Drive co-founder Adam Wolman, the company’s goal was to give the most powerful people in the world the same tools that every computer user in the world needs –anywhere access and ongoing backup of their digital life – but via Dolly Drive’s Mac inspired experience.
“We thought that to help them celebrate the honor of being one of the world’s most powerful people, why not give them one of the world’s most powerful gifts – the safety & availability of their digital life.”
“The people on this list may be beyond powerful, but protecting their digital life should be no less important to them than it is to the rest of us. Forget that they are politicians or entrepreneurs. They are people. And they don’t ever want to lose the exponentially growing number of important things on their computer, they want to be able to access those things regardless of whether they have their computer with them, and they want it to be easy and intuitive.”
The company recently released an all-new version of their Mac-centric software. While only the seventy-one members of the Forbes 2012 list have been invited to enjoy free accounts, the company offers all users a 100 GB 30 Day Free Trial to see the power of Dolly Drive themselves.
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