NTI Corp, an award-winning software developer, has launched the MiST personal file sharing service, which enables users to create a secure, personal file-sharing network to provide anywhere-access of shared content on their computers with other computers and mobile devices.
MiST improves upon existing remote file access and cloud services by providing comprehensive, direct device-to-device personal file-sharing combined with cloud sync capabilities.
"For more than 20 years, NTI Corp has specialized in making complicated things like burning CDs and backing up computers, simple," said Bill Yao, president, NTI Corp.
"With our new NTI MiST, we are bringing a smarter, simpler approach to the cloud of confusion currently found in remote access file sharing and storage.”
NTI MiST also makes it possible for users to create their own secure, personal file-sharing network to provide anywhere-access of shared content on their computer with other computers and mobile devices. View pictures, stream videos, listen to music, upload photos, and share documents with a smartphone, tablet, and other computers. With MiST there is no need to spend time uploading files to online public cloud storage, worrying about who may access the files or wondering if there's enough space left on public cloud storage.
In today's digital age, where content privacy and security are critical, NTI MiST allows users to keep their data safely on their computers, not in a massive data center where unknown parties could access it.
By having multiple MiST-connected computers, users can easily access files on any of those computers directly or through NTI Cloud, allowing them to be constantly connected to any content they want to share. MiST's sync feature also allows for greater collaboration on work files and school projects.
MiST software doesn't have to be installed in order to access MiST-connected computers. With a web browser and an Internet connection, users have access to their MiST-connected computers from any device.
Earlier in March, NTI Corporation announced the immediate availability of NTI Pocket Data Backup in a retail version. The popularity of the patent-pending pocket backup product has grown in the past few years. Previously, it had only been available through bundling with premium-branded USB storage devices.