When Mac users add a disk to Time Machine there is no option to choose how much capacity to use for backup. Without the ability to set a limit for Time Machine, users must sacrifice their entire disk for backup leaving no room for user data. The latest enhancement for Drobo solves this challenge by allowing users to keep Time Machine backups as well as their documents, videos and photos on the same device. Drobo customers no longer need to purchase multiple USB devices to protect their data; saving them time, money and the hassle of managing individual drives.
“Providing data protection solutions that are easy to use without compromising functionality or peace-of-mind is the foundation for all Drobo products,” said Joe Disher, Senior Director of Product Marketing for Drobo. “Never before has a locally attached storage array made it this simple to allocate space for both Time Machine backups and user data, giving customers an elegant way to maximise capacity and eliminate the need to keep stacks of cluttered backup drives on their desk. This free update for all existing Drobo 5D and Mini customers shows our continued commitment to our loyal user base.”
Connected Data continues to simplify the experience for Mac users, making Drobo the perfect solution for consolidating Time Machine backups and user data onto a high performance, fully protected storage array.
To learn more about how Drobo has solved this challenge, check out our latest Feature Brief (http://www.drobo.com/
The update is available to download (http://www.drobo.com/
About Connected Data
Connected Data is the creator of the Drobo line of award-winning smart storage solutions and Transporter, the world’s first peer-to-peer private storage device, is focused on providing elegantly designed solutions for consumers, professionals and businesses. The Connected Data team consists of the same professionals responsible for the creation of the high performance BlueArc Silicon Server. Connected Data is privately funded and based in San Jose, California.
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