Data Deposit Box Inc. (CSE: DDB) (OTCQB: DDBXF) (FSE: 2DD) (the “Data Deposit Box”), a global provider of cloud backup and recovery technology, is proud to announce the launch of its newly developed LiveLink, an exclusive new alternative to file-sync, offering customers unmatched access to their data.
Data Deposit Box’s new LiveLink feature gives SMB customers unparalleled access to their data, no matter where the data resides; in the cloud, on network drives and systems, or on local drives and storage. With this revolutionary new browser-driven feature the SMB is given access to all critical data from the cloud and/or from any device running the Data Deposit Box software. Existing products that are used by millions of users work well for file-sync, however, these traditional products suffer from two major drawbacks. First, if users forget to save a file in the sync folder they can’t access that file remotely. Secondly, anything users save in the sync folder consumes valuable storage space on all devices.
LiveLink solves these problems by delivering secure, real-time access to all data across any PC, laptop, server, NAS or an entire network using any browser. LiveLink is simple and does not require users to change how they work. LiveLink users can now finally access any file saved in any location in real-time, and can browse and access every asset managed by the Data Deposit Box software allowing secure real-time access to files regardless if the data has been backed up to the cloud. The ground-breaking LiveLink feature at last brings cloud and local storage together in one seamless solution.
“LiveLink bridges the gap between cloud data and local data storage providing complete access to all data within the business or within the cloud. I am very pleased that we are able to announce this feature to our partners and clients,” said Troy Cheeseman, President of Data Deposit Box. “This new feature is integrated in our portal, free of charge and free for everyone using DDB software to use. This is a great selling feature for our partners who can now offer unmatched data access to their SMB clients. We expect that this will open the partner market to DDB and return real margin and recurring revenue for our partners.”
“DDB has been aggressively moving all client UI to the browser and this is a natural extension of that power. With our new LiveLink technology our users do not need to back up to the cloud to access their data. All files on any machine (using our technology) are accessible from anywhere, anytime, without the need for a VPN. Mobile users are expecting more and more flexibility when working out of the office and LiveLink is setting a new standard of what to expect.” added Tim Jewell, Founder & CEO, Data Deposit Box.
Data Deposit Box’s new LiveLink technology leverages the Company’s patented communications platform.
About Data Deposit Box
Data Deposit Box, a pioneer of cloud backup and recovery technology, has set a new industry standard by providing the SMB market with the same level of security and protection that is available to large enterprises. Data Deposit Box patented backup technology, known for its Exabyte scalability, advanced data reduction capabilities and ease-of-use, has won prestigious industry awards and has been featured in many key industry publications.
Data Deposit Box technologies and solutions are currently used daily by over 200,000 customers, 1,000 resellers, 25 MSPs and private label partners for online backup and recovery, archiving, disaster readiness, secure file sharing and remote access.
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