If you are concerned about privacy when storing your data within online cloud storage services such as Microsoft, Google, Dropbox and others currently on the market.
A new private cloud solution called Sher.ly might be worth more investigation that has been developed and will soon be launching over from the Kickstarter crowd funding website. Looking to raise enough funds to make the jump from concept into production.
The Sher.ly private cloud storage solution lets you store your data safe within your premises or home and provide speeds of up to 20 times faster than any online cloud solution. Enabling you to take advantage of your home network.
Watch the video below to learn more about the development team behind Sher.ly and how the solution might be able to help you share your personal videos and business data without any worries of privacy breaches.
“Syncing small files is a piece of cake, but what about the bigger ones? File sizes grow exponentially: a one-minute video shot on a smartphone is over 100 MB! Too big for email or instant messenger.
Most of us don’t even check how big the file we want to send is. Moving big data is a big problem, it even seems impractical to do this heavy lifting anyway: it’s much easier to gather a group of friends and go to the zoo to see an elephant than having an elephant taken from the zoo and sent door-to-door.
Sher.ly doesn’t ship elephant-size data anywhere. Instead, sher.ly lets you invite people to access your data from your personal storage – your “local cloud”, as we call it.”
For more information on the new Sher.ly storage solution before its Kickstarter launch jump over to the Sher.ly website for details.