In an age when photos are transferred every which way, wires can make moving images around a real pain between our PC to a Mac to an iPhone to an Android tablet to—you get the idea. As expected, these extra parts make the drive produce more heat but that’s all easily vented through the squircle holes along the top and backside of the drive.
Moving along to the back the drive has a few basic ports with a 12-volt power connector, Kensington lock, USB 3.0 port—which isn’t ever used for direct file transfers, but we’ll loop back around to this—and an Ethernet port. Instead of ever plugging directly into the My Cloud, WD directs users to a simple repository of downloads with the most important one being the setup, and a maybe the desktop client if you want a nicer looking interface than Finder or Explorer’s file system. Thankfully, getting setup is just clicking through the installer and you’re done, or at least for Macs anyway. Actually getting to use an application with the My Cloud, it practically acts like an external drive plugged to your computer. The review unit we received was a 2TB drive, which could be an extremely tantalizing way for image editors to offload all their big photo folders when MacBook Pros and the quickest PCs are packing fast, but tiny solid state drives.
Beyond PCs and Macs, WD also has a few apps for iOS and Mobile users to also move their images easily. Unfortunately, mobile apps might look like they have an option to link up the My Cloud with other cloud services like Dropbox.
Besides connecting to devices over the web, the My Cloud features a USB 3.0 connection on the back for adding additional storage. This additional storage acts exactly like plugging in another external storage device to the computer. The only you can’t do with the My Drive is access it directly, and this is mostly due to the fact the drive is designed as a Network-Attached Storage (NAS) device rather than a true hard drive.
Now to the most important part of the review, which will answer if a networked drive can possibly keep up with Thunderbolt or USB 3.0. Of course we did these tests using the most ideal conditions of having the My Cloud and computer hooked up through Ethernet. The WD My Cloud offers a bunch of extra cloud features over other everyday external hard drives with the benefit of never having to lug it around or being tied down by wires. In the end, though, the WD My Cloud really boils down to being as good as “my first NAS.” It could be a great solution for families or groups of friends to keep all their images in one place, but there are better, faster, and more expandable solutions out there for professional photographers who need to move around terabytes of files at a time. The WD My Cloud comes equipped with a Gigabit Ethernet port, USB 3.0 for easy storage extension, and has an intuitive interface that is incredibly easy to set up. The units are passively cooled, which makes the venting around the top, back and bottom a required feature so the drive inside can easily shed its heat.
Overall the WD My Cloud is a very sleek, shiny, quiet and sturdy device, which is somewhat ironic since it will most likely live in the basement or wherever the Internet comes into a house. If a user wants to give someone access to their My Cloud all the user has to do is create a user account for that person on the NAS, generate an access code, and give that code to the person. WD includes a feature called Safepoint in the My Cloud admin, which can create snapshots of the My Cloud to protect against drive failure, something that always worries us with single-drive configurations. The iPad app is essentially the same as the iPhone, the only difference being the far right pane for viewing a photo. Performance on a device like this is somewhat difficult to measure in terms of practical performance in the real world because there are so many network factors at play, like Internet speeds for mobile devices that may be accessing the NAS. The WD My Cloud is a slick looking powerful personal cloud device (NAS) that anyone can use. Why spend money for cloud storage from Amazon or Google when you can have your own personal, secure cloud at home thanks to the Western Digital My Cloud EX2?
The problem most consumers have with NAS devices is that they usually work great when you’re at home or the office and connected to your local network, but things usually get complicated when you try to access the networked drives via the web … because most NAS devices require you to to open ports on the router or even setup a dynamic DNS in order to access their files remotely. The previous generation of “My Cloud” drives solved that problem, but two additional problems remained. Those were the biggest reasons people paid for the alternative services such as Dropbox, SkyDrive, Google Drive, iCloud, and other.
The WD My Cloud EX2 solves these problems by dramatically simplifying the setup process (really, we’re pretty sure even a total computer novice could get this NAS up and running). While the larger, four-drive WD EX4 features a tool-less mechanism for hot-swapping the drives, if you want to change the drives in the EX2 you’ll have to unscrew a metal flap that secures the drives and then forcefully pull the drives out using the attached pull tags. As for the exterior of the EX2, it shares a smooth, industrial design with the original single-drive WD My Cloud and features a single GbE port, two USB 3.0 ports and a DC power jack on the rear side of the enclosure.
To set up the devices, you can plug in the power adapter, plug the EX2 into your network with the included Ethernet cable, then download an application to your computer from the Western Digital website. Once the surprisingly simple setup is complete, you can either access the drive from your PC, use the web login to access it from any device with a web browser, or install the WD My Cloud app for iOS or Android to access the My Cloud EX2.
What makes the WD My Cloud app so great is that users upload files directly to their My Cloud drives from their smartphone or tablet.
You can also use the apps to view or stream video, music, and photos to your devices, or download important files (PDFs, Word docs, PowerPoint presentations, etc.) for offline viewing. Another main attraction to the WD My Cloud app is the way WD integrated this app into other cloud services. For those readers who are interested in the speeds and feeds, the My Cloud EX2 uses a Marvell ARMADA 370 processor (a single-core ARM v7 running at 1.2 GHz) and has 512MB of DDR3 system RAM. We could offer up some boring charts with numbers showing the data transfer speeds and encryption speeds of the WD My Cloud EX2, but in all honesty there’s little tangible difference between the raw read or write speeds you’ll see on this networked drive compared to other networked drives we’ve reviewed in the past. That type of transfer speed means the EX2 isn’t the fastest NAS on the market, but it gets the job done. In case you’re curious about which computers on your local network can connect directly to the drive, the My Cloud EX2 is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, OS X Mavericks, Mountain Lion, Lion, Snow Leopard.
All content posted on TechnologyGuide is granted to TechnologyGuide with electronic publishing rights in perpetuity, as all content posted on this site becomes a part of the community. WD's My Cloud drive is an easy drive to use when you want to store and share data on a home network.
The term 'personal cloud' is one that comes up when you look at the features of the WD My Cloud. Accessing files over the InternetSuffice to say, we were pleased once it was all set up and working properly, because the drive performed its intended task well.
If you subscribe to our newsletter, you will receive an email every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling. For work use, Microsoft Word and Excel programs pre-installed on the device are adequate for preparing short documents.
The Fujitsu LifeBook UH574 allowed for great mobility without being obnoxiously heavy or clunky. Reproduction in whole or in part in any form or medium without express written permission of IDG Communications is prohibited. With over 25 years of brand awareness and credibility, Good Gear Guide (formerly PC World Australia), consistently delivers editorial excellence through award-winning content and trusted product reviews. The WD My Cloud NAS turned out to be pretty versatile.  The My Cloud has both desktop software and mobile apps to enhance the user experience whether you are on your mobile device or accessing the hard drive from a local computer on your home network. The WD My Cloud is not without issues, however: The WD SmartWare backup program is only available for Windows but the rest of the features are available for both Windows and Macs. Even with the premium in price, we think you will get a better bang for your dollar with one of the three My Cloud NAS devices.
Legit Bottom Line: If you are looking for a relatively inexpensive NAS solution that gives you remote access to your files, then the conversation has to start at the Western Digital My Cloud 2TB NAS. So I installed it using the quick guide and that was easy enough; however it installed a bunch of unneeded software including Apple Bonjour used by a useless utility showing the shares exposed by the drive and I came to realize that the remote access apparently goes through a Western Digital web server. Ok, so I read many horror stories about earlier versions of the Firmware of this device related to the IP address changing through HDCP and the first thing I did was go into my router and assign the WDMyCloud device a permanent IP address through my router’s HDCP reservation feature so the IP address won’t change. I copied a large library of files to it and got between 10 Mbs to 60 Mbs depending on whether I was copying many small files or fewer large ones, large files appear to copy faster.
The Firmware in the drive is quite “brittle” meaning that it has a number of anomalies and bugs that may need you to reset or reboot the drive at times or to work around at times the Setup Web Pages may stop responding properly. On my local LAN, I don’t care much about security so I have made everything public without any passwords. Next I tried to set-up the SafePoint feature on the Settings Dashboard to make a backup of the settings and data on the device. Now I do not intend to use it for streaming data to mobile devices so I have not tried any of that. Yes, all computing devices can connect to the My Cloud, including Mac and PC systems (browser and My Cloud desktop app). Hey friends,TARDIS Box is provides cloud storage services for documents, images, files and videos upto 150GB with nothing of cost.
If you had a look in the support forum of WD MyCloud you would have found out that there are a lot of user complaints proving that the firmware of that device is unstable since the first shipments in Oct. With My Cloud (single bay) each folder has a user control on it that only a particular user has access to it at a time. For My Cloud Mirror, My Cloud EX2 and My Cloud EX4 there is a document flow management feature – a check-in, check-out feature.
Over the last few years, the concept of cloud storage has been growing rapidly around the globe.


Bringing all this back down to earth and to the home, I will now refer back to the [above mentioned] worry that many people have when it comes to cloud file storage such as Dropbox and Google Drive – Security. The My Cloud comes with a very concise set of accessories, there is simply a quick setup guide, Ethernet cable and a power adaptor with UK an EU tips – no bits of unnecessary paperwork to be found here. Cloud storage has been a great solution, but for the old hard drive diehards and privacy conscious, storing one’s files on a device they have nearby can add that extra peace of mind that let’s photographers sleep easily at night.
Serving up local cloud storage drive, it blends the ability of having a drive you can access out of the office with all the safety of knowing it’s on top of your desk and not some Amazon S3 server in Dallas. The vents add a nice touch of design to the unit’s overall “well, it’s a hard drive look” with the only other noticeable feature being the front LED display that turns blue when the drive is connected. The interface might seem sparse, but the whole idea is the My Cloud is a drive you can connect once and never have to look at again. After paging through the installer, we saw our My Cloud Drive right there in Shared Devices and started moving files right there. While the cloud drive shows up in the network devices, it’s not immediately usable as a lettered (ie C, D, or E) drive. From several different computers we were able to easily access our images in Photoshop CC, edit and save them, and then switch to another machine to pick up on finalizing the pictures from there—a nifty feature when collaborating with multiple artists. Additionally, wedding photographers and general snappers looking to sell their work but forget to bring their whole portfolio could use this as an easy way of giving themselves a back up.
All it really does is round them up into the app without any option to directly transfer files.
The My Drive will, for the most part, recognize anything you plug into it whether it’s a hard drive or USB stick. Alternatively, it can create scheduled safepoints that clones the original drive onto the media device as an additional backup.
It’s not a major knock against it but keep in mind that the drive won’t be accessible with out a wireless network or a router to bridge a Ethernet connection between the PC and My Cloud.
Major fluctuations aside, that’s still way slower than the speeds we saw on either the My Book Thunderbolt Duo 6TB or VelociRaptor Duo.
While the extra features are nice, we can’t imagine ever using this as our main hard drive for work. It also features free and easy-to-use applications so users can upload, access and share from anywhere using a PC, Mac, tablet or smartphone.
The enclosure has a shiny white plastic shell, with a matte branding inlay that wraps around from the front to right side. The drive is meant to be used vertically, with four rubber feet on the bottom to prevent slipping on a flat surface. Simply connect its power source and network port to a router and you’ve completed the physical setup.
It took us 3 minutes from plugging in to the My Cloud being running and accessible on the network.
They then download and run the My Cloud mobile app (available for Android and iOS) and enter the code.
Via the USB port or other networked drive, users can very simply set up a Safepoint job that runs on a schedule. It automatically establishes its network and relay settings to make outside access simple and turns on popular features like iTunes and DLNA servers for streaming music and video content and Time Machine for Mac backups. This extra feature is very handy when you need to go through images quickly and clearly takes advantage of the additional viewing space on the tablet. Each platform has a WD My Cloud application that provides easy access to the files on the NAS.
To measure top end performance to and from the WD My Cloud, we transferred large movie files to and from the unit to gauge read and write speeds from our 1GbE office network.
We found the My Cloud slowed under the heaviest loads but remained available, which is good. While this new network attached storage (NAS) device isn’t the first “My Cloud” product from Western Digital, the EX2 might just be king of the hill in terms of delivering the perfect balance of easy-to-use cloud storage access, storage capacity options, performance, and price. Western Digital (WD) was one of the first companies to offer mobile applications for iOS and Android to make it easier to access files, but the early apps were limited to viewing photos and videos and you were out of luck if you needed to access that Excel spreadsheet on the road.
If the average household has more than 3TB of digital content they need to backup and access from anywhere then that data has to be safe and it has to be easy to access.
Additionally, if you purchase the EX2 with the drives included then the drives are already setup in RAID 1, meaning your data is duplicated on both drives … so if one hard drive fails you can still recover your precious files.
The WD software will find the My Cloud EX2 drive by itself and walk you through setting it up. Most people who use smartphones or tablets for work end up needing to transfer files off their mobile device or simply require more storage space. The drive initiates a peer-to-peer connection between the user and their storage, so your files don’t have to transfer up to some server and then back down to your device.
You can embed these files directly in emails from your phone or tablet, and if you want to send a file that’s too unwieldy to download on the go, the software can intelligently insert a public link to the file in your email, letting your recipient download the data later on.
If you already use a Dropbox or Google Drive account, you can tie those accounts to your WD My Cloud app. In simpler terms, if you need to back up a major work project involving 25.5 GB of photos and HD videos you can copy all that data over to the EX2 via a typical home or office network (which isn’t optimized for local data transfers) in approximately one hour.
Again, the main advantages to using the EX2 are the ease of setup, simplicity of the My Cloud mobile app, and the ease of use from anywhere on any device.
It's a network attached storage (NAS) device that allows your personal data to be securely accessed over the Internet through a computer or a mobile device. We used the WD My Cloud app on computers at work to access the drive at home, and we were able to download data from it simply by dragging and dropping files from the app to our desktop.
This will contain a selection of the latest product reviews, news and features that we have to offer. It is bright and visible from most angles, however heat is an issue, particularly around the Windows button on the front, and on the back where the battery housing is located. Among them, one such is this WD My Cloud EX2 8 TB and found some interesting features in it.
The software and various Aps are self-explanatory and useful.  We were able to remotely connect to the NAS from outside our network via an iPhone, Android device, and PC.
WD suggests 10 people at most, but mentioned to us that some users have told them that they have gone beyond that. However, if an Admin does enable multiple users to access the same file, and the users are both editing a file, there is a potential case that they could overwrite one another. WD does support applications on those devices such as Joomla for content (CMS) and Git for version control.
If it’s going to be an online device that’s holding your files I need to know how secure is it? Now obviously the internet is online, but for the most part, the website that you are accessing, such as us at eTeknix for example, is stored on a single server in a single data centre. When you upload a file to the cloud, how can you be sure that someone else has not had access to your data?
Luckily there’s an easy fix by kicking the drive with a Run Command and typing \\[insert drive name]. Lightroom users, however, should be aware post-processed photos do not transfer over even when opening the same file as it seems image profiles are saved locally. The same goes for PCs and Macs where we had to use our own computers as an intermediary to copy and paste files. It also reads and writes to a variety of formats including FAT32, Apple’s HFS+J, Windows NTFS, or some more obscure Linux Ext2. Of course, data transfer millage will vary for everyone depending on the router’s signal strength and the literal mineral composition of their home walls.
As an entry level NAS it’s decent with the ability to simply add on as many devices as you’d want and easily plug in even more storage. If you would like to purchase any of the items mentioned, please do so by clicking our links first and then purchasing the items as we then get a small portion of the sale to help run the website. Even the inlay has a slick look on the side, along with the drive access indicator light on the front. The back of the unit has the USB port, power port, Ethernet port, and Kensington lock slot.
All of the same features are here including the ability to email links to any of the files to friends and family. In practical terms, the My Cloud could support 2-3 highly active users who are reading and writing to the device, which is likely more than what is required. Its performance is in line with expectations meaning the My Cloud will easily support the needs of today's modern family. Second, the single-drive My Cloud solutions weren’t ideal for backing up multiple PCs and there was no real safety measure in place in the event that the hard drive inside the NAS fails. The WD My Cloud EX2 web interface also allows you to setup a regularly scheduled backup of your important files or even backup your files to a USB flash drive that you can plug into the EX2. While Dropbox or Google Drive get the job done, you have to pay if you want serious storage space, and there is the question of data security.
This means you can back up your My Cloud to one of these services, or you can back up one of these services to your My Cloud.


WD has attempted to make the installation and set up of the drive as painless as possible, which means that even if you're an inexperienced user, you should be able to plug this drive in to your router and access your data anywhere over the Internet. Downloads will be slow, though, because they will depend on the upload speed of your home Internet connection. It's a great way to keep up to date with the latest information about consumer technology products such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and smart TVs.
The tablet part, once detached, has a nice weight, and no buttons or switches are located in awkward or intrusive positions.
Can all of these devices be connected to one My Cloud drive, or do the Mac and PC devices need separate My Cloud drives? Before I get on to the reason why some people are put off the cloud, its worth noting that it has a huge number of advantages. Whilst there is a certain element of redundancy with the likes of RAID10 drives setups in place and of course backups are taken care of, what happens when the data centres link is lost to the outside world?
After all you are not able to pinpoint exactly where your files are being stored at any given point.
Picking it up, squeezing it, knocking about its white plastic body, there’s nothing chintzy about the My Cloud’s build quality. After that it should show up in the network devices and from there right click the device and designate it as a letter drive. User rights are also established in the admin, by default it creates a public folder, or share, for each user.
We connected a My Passport 1TB drive via the USB port and the My Cloud found it and started backing up with no issues. On the Mac the My Cloud shows up in Finder as a drive, just like the internal drive in a Mac, which makes interacting with the My Cloud in that way very simple. Of course we don't love that its single-bay, but at least they offer a Safepoint backup solution and larger units are en route. Our 4 TB evaluation unit came preinstalled with a two 2 TB drives but the EX2 is available in diskless, 4 TB, 6 TB and 8 TB capacities. Once your files are being stored one someone else’s server you are no longer in control of what happens to those files … or who has access to them.
Interestingly, you’re able to use the WD app to browse and embed these accounts as well, meaning that some people may want to download and use the app to manage their multiple cloud storage accounts even if they never buy a My Cloud device.
The WD My Cloud mobile app currently is available for download for free from the App Store and Google Play.
Once we got it working as promised, it turned out to be a good drive, and we particularly liked its desktop app, which can be used for retrieving files off the drive remotely. We found the data transfers over the Internet to be reliable despite only getting a maximum download speed of around 80 kilobytes per second (KBps) from our iiNet ADSL2+ connection. If you think this resource contain inappropriate content, please report to webmaster.Personal Cloud StorageToday to keep all your data in your control, especially if you are a professional in the fields of building up websites, the necessity of having your own Personal Cloud Storage has become quite prominent.
Firstly, when we start at the smaller scale options and look at the likes of Dropbox and Google Drive, there is the obvious advantage that you can access your files wherever you are with ease. This whole worry over security and knowing where your files are being stored is what has driven Western Digital to come up with a simple, affordable solution.
It’s also a bit larger than your typical 3.5 drive enclosure but that’s all due to the unit having its own dual-core processor and Wi-Fi card. WD hits a lot of key points with the My Cloud with usability and tie ins to today's popular cloud service amongst the highlights.
The EX2 models with hard drives use two WD Red drives of equal capacity but you can also swap out those drives or purchase the diskless version and use your own hard drives. A network-attached storage drive connected to your home or office network is far less likely to be a target for anyone with prying eyes.
Let's see if it's also the reality.Design and featuresThe physical design of the WD My Cloud is a little different to past WD external drives, mainly because the front of the drive's enclosure now has a cleaner look and feel. You won't want to transfer video files over the Internet, but photos and music can be copied to and from the drive easily if you exhibit a bit of patience.We think WD's move to an app for the desktop is a step in the right direction for its cloud drives. Among many other reliable brands, My Cloud EX2 Personal Cloud Storage from WD assures of high-performance, along with a two-bay NAS that has its unique way of working. I personally use both Dropbox and Google Drive for on the go storage and with the added factor of being able to access both services from my Nexus 4 smart phone, I’ve not go to worry constantly about having to copy files to a flash drive so that I can access them at home. Downtime for us is something that we dread and cloud web-hosting is built to solve this conundrum.
The My Cloud line is certainly primed to grab substantial market share in what is currently a growing yet fragmented slice of the NAS market. There is one blue status light on a grey island that hugs the front and part of the right edge of the case. Previously, the drives would use the WebDAV service to appear as mounted drives in your network (this drive can, too), and you had to contend with many warnings about security and certificates in order to eventually get everything running. It is built up with WD Red NAS hard drives along with a complete suite of apps that works with its own style in a 24x7 NAS operating environment . With the cloud, as soon as I save them in the respective online folders, they are almost instantly available at home. With cloud hosting, a website is stored on a number of different servers that are located in different data centres – the result of this is near 100% uptime. You can add your Dropbox and Google Drive accounts to the WD My Cloud mobile app (not the desktop app), but they won't sync with the drive, and we also couldn't find an easy way to transfer files from those services to the drive.
Reading large files off the My Cloud to a PC that was also connected to our network via Gigabit, we recorded a rate of 73.90 megabytes per second (MBps). WD's tips (they are accessible from the app's device menu) suggest you can simply copy and paste files from Dropbox, but only a cut operation was present in our app, meaning we could only move files rather than duplicate them.Here's the mobile app, with Dropbox and Google Drive 'devices' added.
The NAS has a memory of 512 MB and the processor is of 1.2 GHz which is reliable enough, and can boast itself of its faster performance.
You can browse and access files from those services, in addition to the My Cloud drive.ConclusionOnce we got the WD My Cloud drive to work as intended over the Internet, it proved to be a reliable performer, and a useful drive for accessing files remotely.
The rates you can achieve will vary a little depending on the speed of the storage in your computers, and they will be much slower if you use Wi-Fi devices instead of Gigabit. We wish its initial setup didn't require as much fiddling as it did, though it might not require as much fiddling depending on the networking infrastructure that's used in other environments.
When we asked WD if there are any particular routers that they recommend to use with this drive, they said there aren't.We like the desktop app, which allows for files to be easily transferred when accessing the drive remotely, and the mobile app worked well for us, too. They also don't make any noise, apart from some audible hard drive spinning and seeking in quiet environments. You can use the SafePoint feature in the drive's Web interface to backup data to a network location, in addition to USB, too, and Apple Time Machine is supported.Media serving is one of the things that this drive does very well.
We didn't experience any problems when using it to watch videos and listen to music through a WD TV Live media streamer on our network.
It has got FTP server, backup server, Integrated file server and P2P torrent download server.3. The drive has a media streaming setting, it supports DLNA, and it can act as a server for iTunes.Setting up the My Cloud for remote accessBut we should backtrack a little.
When we initially plugged in the drive, it was immediately accessible to us over the network, and we could easily transfer files to its default public folders. There aren't too many things you can tinker with and change, which supports part of the premise of user-friendliness that WD has presented. The dashboard of WD is definitely a powerful one that gives you the total control of the device. It's easy to set up new shared folders (click the 'shares' icon) and to restrict access to them by adding users and passwords (click the 'users' icon).Web interfaces for NAS devices probably don't get much cleaner-looking than this. This the overview page you see when you first log in.In order to make the data on your drive accessible over the Internet, you have to click on the 'settings' icon, make sure cloud access is enabled, and then head on over to the 'cloud access' section of the interface.
You will need to create an account if you don't have one, and then enter those account details into the My Cloud drive's interface.
It's this service that will make your WD My Cloud drive accessible over the Internet without you having to know anything about port forwarding, IP addresses, or dynamic DNS services.The WD My Cloud service basically keeps a track of the WD My Cloud drive, updating its IP address automatically to WD's My Cloud service, so that you can access it at any time by either logging in to WD's My Cloud Web site, or by accessing it through the WD My Cloud app on your phone. You can also use the WD My Cloud app for your PC to access the drive, which can be downloaded when you log in to the My Cloud site. Essentially, you create a peer-to-peer connection between your remote devices and the network drive, and this is why WD refers to it as the 'personal cloud'.All of what we just described didn't work for us immediately.
Rather than being a feature that doesn't rely on user interaction, we were left troubleshooting why our drive couldn't be accessed over the Internet, even though the drive could be seen by the WD My Cloud service. In theory, the drive supports UPnP, which, if you have a router that also supports UPnP, means that the drive can tell the router which Internet ports it needs to use without you having to mess with the router's port forwarding rules. However, ours didn't work until we forwarded the ports manually and until we gave our drive a static IP address. We used a Linksys EA4500 router for our tests, so this might not be the case for you if you use a different router.



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