While cloud storage services such as Dropbox, Box.net, SpiderOak, and more offer decent ways to store a few gigabytes of data for free, once a user passes that free mark, the price for storage increases significantly. Rather than pay a monthly fee, someone smart thought, why not use a user’s existing home network for storage instead? The WD MyCloud isn’t the first home network-attached storage device, but it is certainly among the easiest to set up that I’ve encountered. The MyCloud offers a unified access method – wd2go.com – to mount the storage and make it usable like a network drive no matter where in the world you are. With Time Machine-compatible backup and media playback servers, the MyCloud promises to be as useful remote as it is when you are sitting next to it. ThinkComputers takes a look at this promising cloud device and finds it not quite to be as clear skies as we’d like. Here’s the review.
There are quite a few different home cloud storage and NAS options out there, but lets admit they are ugly and look more like a real server than anything else. Lenovo introduces Beacon, their take on home cloud storage. I have to say the Beacon is just sexy!
Connected Data was able to gather a lot of focus and remained under the limelight soon after its release of the Transporter v2.0 earlier in May this year and now it is back with a bang as it plans to exploit opportunities in the area of cloud storage. With this mission, they are bringing in the Transporter Sync. The Dropbox-like functionality of this will remain similar to that of its predecessor which can be termed as the bigger version of this one. Because of this feature, users will no longer be bound and tied with the annoying subscription fees.
To summit it off, Microsoft have also been advertising the “cloud” while they claim it can give the console much better computing power, and definitely a better storage as well. Xbox one can now make use of the limitless sized hard drive space online, our gratitude to Microsoft for permitting users to tap huge amount of servers they’ve setup for the console and Office 365.
What is the Cloud? “The Cloud” is the power word of the modern age. It refers to that magical place on the Internet where you can store all your documents and access them from anywhere. It’s not magical at all, of course, just a simple matter of a good file hosting service, and there are plenty of them to choose from. Here is a look at the top 5 best personal cloud storage services to help you decide which cloud service is right for you.
Today LaCie announced an all-new network storage solution that connects the entire family to their music, movie and photo files. The LaCie CloudBox stores files in a single location so family members can easily share them with friends, and access them from anywhere on any device.
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