Cloud storage and backup company IDrive has launched a new service called ZipDrive that allows users to create their own edge cloud to access, stream, edit, and share their local files from anywhere.
Once installed, users can set up their own personal cloud with all of the data on their computers instead of being stored in a third-party service. Files saved with ZipDrive can be streamed from anywhere and are even displayed with the file folder structure intact.
IDrive also created a ZipDrive mobile app that allows users to transfer photos and videos from their smartphone to their computer with just one click. In addition, the service can be used by teams who want to share Microsoft Office files in real time and automatically save their work.
Since all files stored in ZipDrive are stored on a user’s PC, they can use the service to share their entire system online or …