Danbury News-Times business briefs
March 4, 2011
Originally published on www.newstimes.com
Virtual Density debuts cloud storage product
Virtual Density, a Danbury-based cloud-computing firm, recently came out with DriveSync Cloud Folders, combining cloud storage with advanced drive sharing and data replication software. Data stored on the DriveSync service, which keeps a cached copy of most frequently-used files on the local hard disk, is protected by SSL encryption and is automatically saved across multiple storage networks redundantly. DriveSync, which costs $9.95 per month, works without VPN software, requires no accounts on customer servers and eliminates domain trust issues or need for firewall changes.