Then I heard about the Western Digital‘s “MyCloud”. Quick like a bunny, I bought a 2 Gb “MyCloud,” apprehensively attached it to my router via its Ethernet port and then linked it to each of my remote computers as a separate drive.
What a rush! This is amazing! Now I have remote access to all of my projects and files from anywhere in my house! I’m a believer!
When you’re setting up your home WLAN, you might also want to consider adding a Western Digital’s “MyCloud” or similar remote Wireless server as a remotely, fully controlled information repository. Linked to your home network, and behind your router’s firewall, it’s the perfect place to put all of your important (and in my case, almost all) files. Accessible from any place in your house, through any device connected to your LAN, it’s a perfect way to share information and to have access to that information.
Before I invested in my MyCloud, I had to remember on which machine I had saved files locally, Now, I can log in from any of my machines, and have immediate access.