Transporter in the news



Transporter – Cloud Collaboration You Have Control Over

The idea of cloud collaboration has some potential, although there are some big issues that still make the concept unattractive, namely cost, security and privacy. As we recently noted in another article someone always owns the cloud, be that Dropbox, Apple or the many other companies offering cloud services. Read More



Transporter Private Cloud File Storage & Sync: the User Guide

The Transporter is a “personal cloud” that claims to be a Dropbox alternative for lawyers. If you don’t want to pay a subscription fee for a cloud-based service, or you are re-thinking the cloud, but you still want to be able to access your documents from any device and collaborate with clients and colleagues while staying in control of your data, the Transporter might be for you. Read More



Connected Data signs Kevin Vine to head up its EMEA operations

Senior channel sales expert tasked with driving revenues of Drobo smart storage and Transporter private cloud technologies

LONDON, UK – June 4th, 2014 – Connected Data, the creator of the award-winning Drobo line of smart storage solutions and Transporter private cloud platform, has announced the appointment of Kevin Vine as vice president (VP) of Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA). Vine will report to Jillian Mansolf, Executive VP of Global Sales and Chief Marketing Officer at Connected Data. (more…)



Connected Data Teams with Smile to Deliver Private Document Workflow Solution

New Integration of Connected Data’s Transporter private cloud storage platform and Smile’s PDFpen family of apps for iOS creates an end-to-end solution for privately accessing, editing, and sharing documents

SAN JOSE, Calif. – May 28, 2014 – Connected Data, the creator of Transporter, the world’s first peer-to-peer private cloud storage platform, and Smile, the developer of award-winning productivity software for OS X and iOS devices, today announced that Smile’s next update to the PDFpen family of apps for iOS will offer support for Transporter. Professionals in the legal, medical, financial services and other heavily-regulated industries can now realize the benefits of using the cloud for file sharing and remote access with a solution that ensures total privacy and complete control over where data is stored.


PC World

If you’re paying for Dropbox, you should take a long look at Transporter

I’ve been a Dropbox subscriber for years. I initially signed up because I was collaborating with a designer and we needed to exchange large files. I kept my subscription long after our partnership ended because I got hooked on the ability to access my files from anywhere. I no longer needed to keep a thumb drive in my pocket, or worry about remembering to copy the latest versions of all my files to it. Read More