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Cloud Station: get out of the cloud, into the cloud
But that tends to be rather quiet weekend, I used to pull out from the cloud and move into the cloud. Here for years done a NAS from Synology its service. Over the years, more and more functions have been added, DS photo and DS video I made yesterday before already. With the Synology Cloud Station offers a service that I presented here before .
If you want to rewrite it rough, then you could probably best with this dropbox compare. However, this is where the data is not in the cloud, but on your own NAS. Which solution is upheld, is likely to be a matter of taste. For the large cloud resiliency could speak. Burn down the shack, the data on the NAS might have gone, in the cloud, this should not happen so quickly.
Who per “Internet cloud” a decision, can alternatively consider whether he secures his entire NAS to the cloud is indeed possible with software, there are, for example, Hi- Drive or rsync solutions for content on external bringing server. I reached for the Synology solution, since I need from the internet in just a few cases access.
99.9 percent do I need files that are either locally or on the network. On Synology NAS now are things like frequently used folders, the photo library or iTunes. The Cloud Station Manager synchronizes request definable folder (Selective Synchronization) on each of the computers used by me.
Sure, the data is still twice before, but are synchronized on the NAS so that the database is the same everywhere. It was a simple idea. Although the cloud storage costs hardly any money, but when the upload or download is short, time is wasted.
Synchronize my data on a home network simply faster than when I’m going through the cloud. This case does not matter whether one resorts to a Synology NAS, or any other storage device in the network. Synology offers comfortable here though software, but recalled that there are dozens of solutions for Windows or OS X , working on a local basis and monitor changes in remote or local folders and make the relevant changes.
On the NAS I had only activate each service and set up users. This gets its own home directory, through which they can connect by sharing or software. All files in this folder can make a request to the local computer to synchronize, not just an inconvenient solution. Sure, files can be shared quickly with others when they are always in Dropbox, Google Drive and co – but how often do I do that? I had to weigh what the solution is more convenient for me – and that is the synchronization of the local network. No decision because of some NSA discussions – but if you like, which can also look at this aspect.
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