Promise Technology Announced Advancements to its Apollo Cloud 2 Duo at CES 2018

Promise Technology, a leader in data storage, announced at CES 2018 additional advancements to its Apollo Cloud 2 Duo. It is a simple to use device that allows users to safely store, access, and share documents, photos, videos and music with their own personal network of family, friends, and business contacts from anywhere in the world via the internet.

The 8TB and new 4TB Apollo Cloud 2 Duo, which already features quick camera roll backup, location based and facial recognition photo album syncing, Time Machine support, mirroring, Selective Sync and iOS 11 compatibility with the Files App and Drag & Drop feature, will now add IP camera integration and cloud service syncing.

Whether you’re at work or on vacation, monitoring your home inside and out brings great peace of mind. Wi-Fi security cameras are becoming increasingly popular, however, recording and saving sensitive footage of your loved ones can be costly and not very secure.

Apollo Cloud offers consumers a more cost-effective solution since there are no monthly subscription fees and information is kept safe and off public cloud networks.

With this new update, Apollo Cloud 2 Duo will now support IP cameras from multiple brands for non-stop video recording and live stream viewing. The new feature will enable users to control cameras remotely and watch live footage via the Apollo Cloud App from anywhere in the world.

The Apollo Cloud 2 Duo will allow users to automatically sync their cloud data from Google Cloud and Dropbox. Now, users can always have a local copy of their files, know their files are safe, and share those files directly using the Apollo Cloud App.

The 8TH Apollo Cloud 2 Duo is available now at, Apple, and B&H for $449. The new 4TB version is available at and Amazon for $369. Both are compatible with iOS, MacOS, Android, and Windows. Latest updates will be available for users starting by the end of January 2018.