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A Cute and Capable Home Server From Acer With Up To 7 TB Storage!


What is a Home Server?

It is an inexpensive Server solution targeted to Home/Small Office users and lets an easy way to network home computers. It lets you keep all the data at one place either using LAN or Internet connection. It can be your personal Cloud Storage that you can access from anywhere in the world, that means you can store your pictures and videos etc from anywhere in the world. It can act like your Media Centre. Home Servers have usually a Server grade OS and a capable CPU for files sharing, resource sharing etc. Other network elements like your laptops, PCs, router can access this as if it was a remote Server but the only thing is it resides in your residence or office.

Acer Aspire AH340-UA230N is a Home Server that lets you centralize so many things. It is cute, capable with plenty of storage space. It is compact and also has efficient one touch data backup solutions in built.

Technical Spec:

  • Easy-to-use server for home and small business users with 24/7 performance and 1 TB of storage
  • Three hot-swappable drive cages provide up to 7 TB of storage when you add optional drives
  • One-touch USB copy enables quick file uploading; access server via networked PCs as well as remotely
  • Intel Atom processor 230, 2 GB of RAM, Gigabit Ethernet, 5 USB ports, 1 eSATA port
  • Microsoft Windows Home Server operating system



Via [Amazon]

How to setup your own Cloud Storage under 60 seconds?

The Pogoplug connects your USB drive to the Internet so you can easily share and access your files from anywhere. It is the easiest way you could put your USB Hard Disk on the internet to share files with friends or you accessing them remotely!




Easy to Install

All the files from your external hard drive can be viewed or downloaded through your Web browser, with no need to download or install extra software.

Full Web Access

Installing your Pogoplug is as simple as connecting two cables, then visiting our website. No need to call your office networking guy, we’ll do all the work for you!

iPhone Support

Access all your media from an iPhone, and even send new pictures from your iPhone straight to your home, with a single click.

Works Just Like Your Hard Drive

Your Pogoplug is accessible through Windows Explorer and Mac Finder. It’s just like using a drive that is directly connected to your computer.

Safe, Simple Sharing

Easily share your home videos and photos with friends and family. No uploading required!


Pogoplug is getting even better all the time. Our system is expandable over the Web. Soon, your Pogoplug can connect directly to popular sites such as backup, file synchronization, photo printing and more.

All said and done, for 99$ this gadget is worth looking at.

Gladinet – Mounts Cloud Storage as Virtual Local Drive

There are quite a lot of services that offer online cloud storage like Microsoft’s Windows Live Skydrive, ADrive (Free Version) etc. Here we can store our data via web browsers. But nothing compares to locally available interface to such web based cloud storage. Gladinet does just that for you.



Gladinet is one of the amazing services that can mount popular cloud storage services like Windows Live Skydrive, Google Picasa, ADrive etc as local virtual drives that can just be treated as normal Microsoft Windows network folders.


Using Gladinet mounted virtual drives, you can easily backup critical and confidential data from your PC and store them on reliable cloud storage. Just imagine the advantages, say if you consider Windows Live Skydrive that offers FREE 25 GB of Cloud Storage, You can easily store your family pictures, documents etc. These backups will come in handy while you are travelling as you could access them from anywhere.


You can even try ADrive that offers FREE 50 GB of Cloud Storage.

Accessing your cloud storage has never been so easy! Also, If you use the Comodo Backup,

You can schedule and automate the local folder synchronization with the remote cloud storage services. 

Please read the wonderful post by Andreas J, here. He has done the real good job in finding the utilities that can automate backup of your data on the cloud storage.

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