Access the digital files located in your home from anywhere in the world from any device. That’s what personal cloud products allow you to do. Unlike a traditional USB thumb drive, a network drive is actually connected to your router, creating a personal cloud over the Internet. This enables you to store and access content from multiple computers in the home on one drive. And since every picture and movie can be stored in one place, sharing memories with others outside the home is, in fact, as easy as connecting to the Internet.
Personal cloud technologies make a huge impact on our everyday lives. Click below for a snapshot of cloud technologies in the home.
Seagate products increasingly come with mobile apps for anytime, anywhere cloud access.
Excitement is growing for the upcoming Seagate CSS Conference 2014, being held 5-7 November in Amsterdam. This year’s event follows an annual tradition of bringing together our customers, partners, executives, sales, marketing and technical management. Through presentations by key global and EMEA executives from Seagate Cloud Systems and Solutions, attendees will revisit recent milestones and learn about plans that lie [...]
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By John Bedrick, Product Management Director, Cloud-Connected Products There’s been a lot of attention lately about the cloud and if you should trust your data in the cloud or not. Whether you agree with him or not and whether you want to admit it or not Edward Snowden has changed the data security dialogue within company IT [...]
Many enterprises want to leverage the cost savings, geo-redundancy, and operational simplicity of Microsoft Azure for backup. But extremely large backup files, single-point-of-failure systems, and complexity have prevented widespread adoption for most enterprises. Now, with Seagate’s EVault Offsite Replication Service for Microsoft Azure, organizations can easily extend their large, dispersed, onsite backup environment to Microsoft [...]
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We recently collaborated on a piece, published this week on HPCwire. It adds to a website aptly described as providing “resources covering the fastest computers in the world and the people who run them.” Seagate knows and serves this audience because in fact we are this audience. The piece should be the perfect HPC primer for [...]
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