Launched in 2008, ASUS WebStorage has been steadfastly improving its private and public cloud services and now has tens of millions of subscribers around the world. As mobile devices and high-speed network accesses are increasingly prevalent while the Internet of Things services are making rapid progress, massive and various digital files being created demand much larger and trustworthy enough storage space for highly private files.
Under such a circumstance, some people resort to network attached storage (NAS) or private cloud at home to meet their requirements. However, installing NAS is no easy task and requires a certain degree of network knowledge and skills. Therefore, ASUS WebStorage provides HomeCloud, a brand new application that helps everyone easily install private cloud at home.
Nowadays almost everyone has a mobile handheld. As mobile devices have become indispensable to daily life and most of us tend to use such devices to keep creating digital data, ASUS WebStorage released an update to Android, iOS, and web interfaces at the beginning of September to provide a clean and crisp look to these interfaces, and have certain functions updated and fine-tuned in order to provide an even better user experience of mobile devices.
The explosive demand for data storage has already made public cloud spaces insufficient to accommodate numerous audios, still images, and videos. As a result, many people have started to resort to private cloud spaces at home to better meet their needs and wants, but network attached storage (NAS) is the only solution in the market at present that provides cloud-based storage, but how to set up and use NAS is very complicated. Now, the brand new ASUS HomeCloud features streamlined installation and setup procedures for you to learn how to use it in no time.
Understanding what users need and want, ASUS Cloud is able to provide better user experiences by ongoing optimization of existing technologies to make what users are already familiar with even more easier and intuitive for them.
Stay abreast with the latest cloud technology to enjoy seamless data transmission
While various personal cloud services are mushrooming, ASUS Cloud has noticed persistent concerns with cloud data privacy in addition to cloud service subscribers’ tendency to compare storage capacities offered by different cloud service providers.
On the other hand, the advent of 4G mobile communications is expected to generate even more photos, audios, and videos to be uploaded and shared, while larger cloud space to accommodate ever increasing data means even higher rates although cloud space would eventually be filled no matter how large it is.
ASUS HomeCloud is therefore developed to provide affordability, data privacy, service flexibility, and sufficient space, i.e., almost everything that cloud service subscribers want to have in just one go.
Portability is an important consideration for laptop buying, but the sharply increased data over time on your laptop would make its built-in memory space insufficient. What would you do to keep and rapidly access your existing data anytime while making your laptop function as responsively?
Because almost all ASUS products have free cloud storage space on ASUS WebStorage, please read the instruction as below on how to check out your free space, register your ID, and start to access ASUS WebStorage.
Dtep1. Make sure of your ASUS WebStorage space size for your ASUS device. There are different free spaces for different product models. ASUS WebStorage has listed its different free spaces for different product models for your easy reference.
If the photos on your cell phone have reached the memory limit but you do not want to delete any of them, it would a hassle for you to copy so many photos onto your computer. Why not have such photo uploaded onto cloud immediately after they are taken to save the troubles of copying or separate uploading afterward? Moreover, those photos would be gone forever if you lose your phone or your phone is damaged beyond repair.