To Save Important Files from Doomsday, Act Now and Let the Cloud Protect Your Files
Cambridge, MA. — November 26, 2012 — A recent webinar by cloud storage provider, OfficeDrop, was quickly and unexpectedly taken over by those who believe doomsday is imminent on December 21, 2012. Webinar participants held a common theory that, as the Mayan calendar ends next month, so will the world as we know it. Those who voiced questions had similar a similar concern: “Is the cloud a good strategy to save my documents after the Apocalypse?”
Calmly understanding the concern, OfficeDrop vice president, Healy Jones fielded questions on how to best approach a Mayan doomsday, from a document-management viewpoint. “The big thing is [that] you want to get your files and docs into the cloud now, before the Apocalypse – which is why we have OfficeDrop sync,” explained Jones in the webinar.
Jones, who was later contacted for questioning insisted the public know that OfficeDrop sync is available for both Mac and Windows, what he described as a “common courtesy.” It appears Jones is no stranger to the Mayan Apocalypse belief, airing another opinion: “The only reason this should be newsworthy is that people actually attended a webinar, nobody attends webinars! The chances of the Mayan Apocalypse actually happening are greater than someone attending a webinar.”
Know as meticulous and precise keepers of time, the Mayan civilization has pinpointed December 21, 2012 as the end of the 13th b’ak’tun, a time that marks both an apocalyptic change and rebirth of Earth. Flimsy paper documents aren’t expected to survive, those which do will certainly become unorganized and unusable.
Jones points out that through optical character recognition (OCR), files uploaded into OfficeDrop’s cloud before December 21 will be searchable by word, phrase or number in the OfficeDrop search box. This allows users to focus on more pressing matters, like securing family, food and firearms, rather than remembering document names.
It’s clear that Jones has a professional strategy to access his important personal and business documents after the Mayan Apocalypse. As an expert on both the cloud and world-changing doomsday events, one has to wonder – What does Healy Jones know that he’s not telling us?