Use your home PC as your own personal cloud storage server.

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Josef Novak
Josef Novak@josefnovakweb · Web developer
Interesting idea however you pc must run all the time. Also your uplink must be decent .
Patrick@justawebguy · Creator of Donut Dog App
@josefnovakweb The website says: "Offline operations on base system. Transact files even when your home PC is shutdown. Your file will be delivered as soon as it returns online" So I guess your files are waiting in the cloud to be transferred...
Sarthak Grover
Sarthak Grover@sarthakgrover · Consumer Tech 
Your very own private cloud. However the 'always-on' requirement for the 'PC' is the reason I prefer a hosted cloud solution outside of my network.
Kevin William David
Kevin William DavidHunterHiring@kevin · Community @Siftery. No 1 Hunter on PH🥇
Use basefolder to store, access and even share your photos, movies, documents & other files remotely from anywhere. Use your home PC as your own personal cloud storage server. It is easy to use, completely secure and can be accessed remotely from your desktops or mobile phones. Transfer or share large files seamlessly and quickly. You can decide your own storage limits.
Jerry Shan
Jerry Shan@shantianyun · iOS Developer
I use owncloud as a solution for my cloud storage. I have a linux server running all the time at home. It hosts phabricator for my private repository and own project development use and owncloud for my personal file storage. It works pretty well. The only problem is I don't have static public IP address.
Jeffrey Wyman
Jeffrey Wyman@jeffrey_wyman · At the intersection of Tech and Business
Similar to but without the catchy title "Skip the cloud" I see it as a way to avoid the monthly payment of a cloud storage provider. And yes, you'd need decent up-speed for large files :) Most of us have an old computer that we don't use (an ASUS EEE PC myself) - just add this app and you have your own cloud.