Lima Ultra featured in the Wall Street Journal

“A lesser-known cloud alternative is gaining traction: Store stuff on a hard drive at home, but access it online from anywhere. Known as “personal cloud” storage, some products from Western Digital and Seagate use your own internet connection and are known only to you and the drive maker, so your files are less of a honeypot for hackers. You can get gobs of space for under $200 — and no monthly fees. Two newcomers I’ve also been testing, Lima Ultra and Apollo, are even simpler and work more like Dropbox.”
The Lima Ultra stood out in my tests for being easy to use: Works with existing hard drives; simplest user experience, appearing as normal drive on your computer; keeps local copies of select files; a second can serve as a backup.

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