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The work never stops here at Connected Data. We announced Transporter 2.0 last week, and the week before we attended the Legal Tech West Coast show in Los Angeles, where we had a blast introducing Transporter to all of the attendees.

We’re really glad we went to LegalTech West. We met a load of great people and received a lot of positive feedback and great questions. One thing that really got people excited about Transporter – using Transporter remotely. Attorneys typically bring external hard drives with them to court to access large case files, older case files, etc. Attorneys don’t trust the cloud with sensitive court documentation, but with Transporter, attorneys now have access to all of their files remotely. This is what got attendees so excited. They no longer see the need to carry a back up drive with them into the courtroom. Transporter gives them the access they need, their files are always encrypted during transit, are only transferred in a peer-to-peer fashion, and are never stored in the cloud.

Another thing to consider about Transporter is remote back up. One Transporter is perfect for syncing and sharing files, but two Transporters allows for remote back up of files, keeping data safe and secure. Jeff Richardson from iPhoneJD has a great blog post explaining just how to use Transporter as a remote backup solution.

So whether you’re an attorney looking to access files from inside the courtroom, or just looking to back up all of your files, Transporter is the ideal solution for your law firm.