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.

Money saving with your existing PC

In the past, privacy-conscious consumers tended to buy network attached storage (NAS) and had to painstakingly set it up at home if they had massive data to be stored and/or shared, but now ASUS HomeCloud provides a much simpler solution that factors in both convenience and privacy, of course saving your money.

You can use an existing desktop or laptop at home as the host computer to have ASUS HomeCloud installed and activated on it, and the computer will become your private cloud applications space in no time. Anyone can easily own and use ASUS HomeCloud because it does without any additional hardware and is free from complicated setup procedures.

Moreover, in order to better suit the scenarios of how the solution is used at home, its space is divided to simulate a home environment. For example, its Family Folder — a public folder for exchange and sharing – is like a living room, where all members of your ASUS HomeCloud can upload data to, and download data from, the folder.

MyFolder, on the other hand, is like individual rooms of a home for individual folks to make their own arrangements and access their own data. Factoring in both openness and privacy, ASUS HomeCloud makes cloud space more flexible.

Streaming as a big plus to data storage

You can rapidly drag any document, image, music, or film clip to HomeCloud to enjoy any audio and video on any kind of handhelds anytime and anywhere as long as such devices have ASUS WebStorage App installed to connect you back to your HomeCloud host computer back at home.

Automatic uploading of photos as well as easy and rapid backup

We tend to push the phone camera shutter button whenever seeing any scene worth capturing, but storing and sharing of what we capture is often an issue. There is a privacy concern about uploading our photos or videos to public cloud, while having them backed up on the PC at home is cumbersome and time-consuming. Now, ASUS HomeCloud is a perfect solution to the issue once the instant upload function of the ASUS WebStorage app is activated and your HomeCloud for uploading is designated, factoring both privacy and convenience of automatic uploading.

At the same time, all members of your ASUS HomeCloud can immediately see what you upload to help make the relation between you and them even closer, and more space on your phone can be freed up for your phone to operate more smoothly.

【ASUS Cloud’s special technology】One account for two clouds

ASUS WebStorage has been operating for many years and accumulated more than 50 million subscribers around the world. The newly launched ASUS HomeCloud is a different space from ASUS WebStorage but provides an equally excellent user experience, and the hybrid cloud design unique to ASUS HomeCloud requires only one account to access both private cloud and public cloud. You can make good use of your cloud space as whatever you wish, doing without complicated, time-consuming upload procedures.

 

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5 comments

  1. Looks good, I still have basics questions. Are the file encrypted on the storage, in what country are they stored, what is the legual frame that protect the data, who owns the data once they are on the cloud?

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