How is a personal cloud different from from any other network?
How can NAS storage on a network make it become a personal cloud? Maybe I’m just not reading the materials correctly, but I don’t get the difference between a personal cloud and a server on a network. On their website section on personal clouds, Seagate talks about using NAS to store movies, music, etc. to create a “personal media library.” This just sounds like what I do at home, where I have an old Windows laptop full of music and movies with media sharing turned on. What’s the difference between my home network and a personal cloud?
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