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To Hell with their Cloud. Build your own Today! - QNAP's MyCloudNAS Service

We keep hearing about how the Cloud will do this and it will do that - so on and so on. Let's ignore future tense and see what it does right now!

| Editorials in Storage | Posted: Nov 21, 2011 2:04 pm
Manufacturer: QNAP

QNAP's MyCloudNAS Service

 

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It's not very often that I would pick out a standard feature of a product and focus on it like I'm doing today, but this is more than just an ordinary feature. MyCloudNAS Service is all of your data, all of the time and it doesn't really matter where you want it. As long as you have an internet connection you have your data. What's most impressive is it's your data, coming from your server and not some company's big target for a hacker server.

 

This is how QNAP describes their MyCloudNAS Service:

 

MyCloudNAS is a feature which helps you connect to your NAS over the Internet. The easy to use wizard allows you to assign a unique name to your NAS and access the NAS services by the given URLs without going through the complicated process of registering DDNS service. You can also publish the NAS services for sharing without the need to remember the IP address or long URL name. You can now share, access, and manage your NAS easily from anywhere.

 

What MyCloudNAS Service means is freedom. It is freedom from your portable storage, freedom from your portable storage device and freedom from the stress caused by trying to remember if you brought that document you need. In some cases MyCloudNAS means freedom from your notebook. We all carry internet telephones these days and with the free service (if you have a QNAP NAS) you can access your data on your phone.

 

QNAP didn't invent the cloud, they invented an easier cloud. Let's setup a personal cloud in one webpage or less.

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