iTwin is solving more than just the capacity problem with thumb drives, they are also tackling remote access at the same time. It all begins with a very small device that looks like a pair of USB thumb drives fastened together back-to-back. It’s a bit more than something that simple though. Each time this device is plugged into a computer it automatically generates AES 256 encryption. Once it’s attached to your PC a virtual folder pops up that allows you to drag-and-drop all of the files you want, in fact you can drop your entire hard drive on it! After copying all of the files you want then you can split the device into two USB drives. Leave one on your home or office PC and take the other with you on the road. Now you have a secure VPN to the base computer without the hassle and expense that VPN can entail.
The iTwin is compatible with both Windows and Mac operating systems. They have also solved a lot of the potential security problems and dynamic IP problems, as you will see in the video below. The iTwin is available now for a one-time cost of $99.99, no monthly fees like traditional VPN services. It’s available directly from iTwin or from many retail outlets.
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