Secure remote file access for Mac and PC
Posted on 20 September 2011.
iTwin is a USB device that allows two online computers to share military-grade encrypted data from anywhere in the world.

Comprising two identical parts, iTwin can be activated on any computer with an internet connection, and files from that computer can be shared anywhere the matching half, or “twin” goes. As of today, iTwin is compatible with Mac OS X Lion and Snow Leopard.

Benefits include:

Security – iTwin uses hardware-based two-factor authentication and military grade AES 256-bit encryption to protect all data communication. When two halves of the iTwin are paired, the owner is sent a Remote Disable Code via email, which can be used in the event one half of the iTwin is lost or stolen.

No storage limit – Files reside on the shared computers, not the iTwin device itself, so capacity is only limited to the size of each shared computer’s hard drive (and any connected drives).

Ease of use – Simply Plug’n’Play, no setup or configuration is necessary. Just connect two computers (Mac or PC) with internet access and iTwin enables file transfer anywhere in the world. As new features and enhancements are rolled out, free updates are installed automatically.

iTwin is currently available for $99 USD.


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