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Reviews of iTwin Connect

Testseek.com have collected 44 expert reviews of the iTwin Connect and the average rating is 80%. Scroll down and see all reviews for iTwin Connect.
Award: Most Awarded July 2011
July 2011
 
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The editors liked

  • Easy to use
  • Can connect two computers to copy files when other means don't work
  • Easier than connecting to a remote file share
  • Remote Disable if Lost
  • Password Protection
  • Encryption
  • Secure
  • OneTime Price
  • No File Size/Type Limitations
  • ITwin works great in single user scenarios
  • Small and easy to carry around just one device (single pairing)
  • Hardware key for those who want another layer of security
  • Compact
  • Ease to install software and access of shared files once they are chosen to be shared
  • Great security with AES-256 hardware-enabled encryption
  • Works with Windows XP
  • Vista
  • And 7
  • No limit to storage capacity
  • One time fee
  • No extra fees for subscription or extra storage space
  • You can remotely disable one half if it is lost
  • Optional to be password protected
  • Remote editing
  • Starting t
  • Excellent security
  • No limit to amount or sizes of files shared
  • No monthly fees
  • Plugandplay ease of use
  • No VPN togin cards
  • Logins
  • Or configuration needed
  • Elegant solution to accessing files remotely. Excellent security. Remote disable feature.
  • Effective remote file sharing
  • Very easy to setup and use. Excellent security. Provides file-sharing and remote access.
  • Easy to setup and use. Simple security options. Cross platform.
  • Very simple to use
  • Quick and easy remote file access
  • Inexpensive for what it can do
  • Drag and drop just like your main computer
  • Secure AES256 encryption
  • Good price - especially if you look at the long term investment
  • AES-256 encryption on a hardware level on both ends
  • Data never leaves the system unencrypted between the two endpoints
  • Dead simple to use
  • Works like a charm right out of the box
  • Simply b

The editors didn't like

  • May not be as good as connecting to a file share
  • Needs access to company's server to operate
  • No local help or troubleshooting options.
  • Have to Install Setup File on Every Computer
  • Doesn’t Work Without Internet Access
  • No Mac Support
  • Limited to Internet Bandwidth Speeds
  • No Mobile Support
  • Can Only Access Files Previously Set Up to Share
  • Setup for groups larger than three starts to get onerous and inefficient
  • Requires multiple USB hubs (20 available USB ports on a single system) for largest supported network size
  • Only two online computers may be connected
  • Can only retrieve access files you have chosen to share
  • Requires admin access to install software so if you work at a company that does not allow you to be admin on your work computer
  • Would not be able to use iTwin
  • Must have high speed internet access
  • Must enter e-mail to have option of remote disable code
  • Windows only
  • Requires highspeed Internet
  • Doesn't handle multiperson editing of the same file
  • Connects only two PCs together
  • Not Mac compatible. Only two users supported at a time.
  • Relies on Web portal
  • Easy to lose second half of dongle. Significantly affects network speed. No Mac support
  • A little on the pricey side.
  • Can’t see thumbnails on remote view
  • Can’t stream music or videos directly
  • No Mac OS X support
  • Only access to those files on your home or office PC which have been made available
  • Both systems need to remain on to be able to access the data
  • Application may be a bit too simple for businesses
  • No user profiles and specific acces

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  Published: 2013-02-28, Author: Fahmida , review by: pcmag.com

  • Very easy to setup and use. Excellent security. Provides file-sharing and remote access.
  • Easy to lose second half of dongle. Significantly affects network speed. No Mac support
  • iTwin Connect takes a hardware approach to secure Web browsing via a VPN service and can be treated as an alternative to setting up a VPN server. A USB device with heavy-duty encryption built in, iTwin secures those wandering users who need secure remote...

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  Published: 2012-06-19, review by: maclife.com

  • Easy to setup and use. Simple security options. Cross platform.
  • A little on the pricey side.
  • It works well, although you’re paying for convenience alone—secure file transfer doesn’t need to cost $99. Product iTwin Company iTwin Contact www.itwin.com Price $99 Requirements Mac OS 10.6 or later with free USB 2.0 port and internet access. ...

 
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  Published: 2012-06-13, review by: slashgear.com

  • Abstract:  It’s time to take a look at the iTwin, a device that in just a few simple clicks, a web connection, and a push into your USB ports will connect two of your computers together for shared storage. Once you own an iTwin, you do not have to pay any additio...

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  Published: 2012-06-01, Author: Steven , review by: tuaw.com

  • While the security of the iTwin device might make it attractive to some Mac owners, I found it to be very awkward in its implementation and quite "PC-like." Frankly, I prefer the ubiquity of Dropbox, which uses SSL and AES-256 encryption both for trans...

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  Published: 2012-05-17, Author: Jessica , review by: examiner.com

  • Abstract:  This USB driven device was developed to be able to allow you to remotely move files from one computer to the other without using the cloud or actual USB stick. The way it works is you plug one end of the iTwin into one computer, set up a password and crea...

 
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  Published: 2012-04-11, Author: Enobong , review by: booredatwork.com

  • Abstract:  iTwin is a Small USB device that gives the user the ability to transfer files regardless of size over long distances through the simplest of plug and play methods. iTwin allows you to securely access your entire hard drive. It pretty much gives you access...

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  Published: 2012-02-23, Author: Mike , review by: storagereview.com

  • iTwin works great in single user scenarios, Small and easy to carry around just one device (single pairing), Hardware key for those who want another layer of security
  • Setup for groups larger than three starts to get onerous and inefficient, Requires multiple USB hubs (20 available USB ports on a single system) for largest supported network size
  • The iTwin is a simple and easy to use file collaboration solution, with a mix of encryption and hardware authentication to create a highly-secure personal cloud. On the small scale the iTwin is easy to use, but when expanding out into multiple pairs, it b...

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  Published: 2011-11-07, review by: the-gadgeteer.com

  • Compact, Ease to install software and access of shared files once they are chosen to be shared, Great security with AES-256 hardware-enabled encryption, Works with Windows XP, Vista, and 7, No limit to storage capacity, One time fee, no extra fees for subscription or extra storage space, You can remotely disable one half if it is lost, Optional to be password protected, Remote editing, Starting t
  • Only two online computers may be connected, Can only retrieve access files you have chosen to share, Requires admin access to install software so if you work at a company that does not allow you to be admin on your work computer, would not be able to use iTwin, Must have high speed internet access, Must enter e-mail to have option of remote disable code

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  Published: 2011-10-15, review by: DigitalReviews.net

  • Abstract:  iTwin.png The iTwin – A fantastic solution for the home user who wishes to access and change their files remotely and securely. Dead simple to set up with imbedded hardware security, it’s hard to believe this sleek aluminium device is only $99. Wha...

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  Published: 2011-08-02, review by: computerworld.com

  • iTwin is one of those devices that does one thing, and does it well. It's a good way to access files remotely and securely, especially if you don't want to throw them up into the cloud.Barbara Krasnoff is reviews editor at Computerworld. When she isn't...

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