Enterprise organisations are constantly being asked to do more work with fewer people, as the size and complexity of infrastructure and applications continue to grow unabated. While previous WD devices have had a nod to accessing your files on the move, with the My Cloud devices functionality moves front and centre with cross platform software to make the concept of a "personal cloud" more than marketing jabber. To get a full understanding of how this product works, we decided that we needed to give it an in-depth analysis, so we've been living with it for a month while at home and away.
The casing, which has roughly the dimensions of a modest hardback book, is a glossy white with silver trim. Of course a unit like this tries to be as quiet and unassuming as possible, and the My Cloud is certainly that. On the rear are a power connector and Ethernet port, along with a USB 3.0 interface to add an extra external drive and a reset cavity so small that we could barely get a paper clip into it once we found it. As you can see, the software doesn't really discriminate on what goes to where, and is fairly flexible in that regard. I have a WD MyCloud EX2 and I run a Windows Server 2012 Essentials box as well as running a Synology DSM device. I'm not sure that this is still the case with the WD2go service since I gave up on trying to get it to work a couple years ago. We can’t find that location, so please choose from these options: Check your spelling and try again.

This guide is intended for companies, organisations, and IT professionals who are looking for a network and application monitoring tool that provides a holistic view of application performance, including performance monitoring, from the end user perspective. The My Cloud range is a new product line, an offshoot of the long running My Book series built with an emphasis on remote access. To make it even more interesting, we avoided other music, video and photo streaming devices and all cloud storage for the duration of My Cloud testing. While predecessors have had light trails reminiscent of the front of Kit from Knight Rider, this small unassuming white box has just one tiny LED that's blue when all is working well. It will blend in well with any system, though we would like to have had the option of a black version. Its primary functions are to protect the hard drive and look out at you from a shelf as if to say "look but don't touch", and it manages to achieve the right balance between fulfilling those functions and keeping its cost modest. This is a licensed app (3 licenses packaged with the My Cloud Mirror), which enables multiple PCs to backup directly to the My Cloud, filling the backup gap under Windows. Backups can go to connected USB devices, networked My Cloud devices, and even to a users DropBox account, if they so desire.
The cache enables offline viewing in cases where no cell service is available, which is handy for flights, etc.
I got a WD router a few years ago that also had a built in HD with access to the WD2go website, which i believe is the same as this My Cloud stuff.

It's weighty enough that you would not like it to fall on you from a shelf, and sturdy enough that, despite it being plastic, you would more than likely come off worse than the device if it did. As far as I can tell the WD cloud service scans the contents of the drive for copyrighted material and, if it finds any, makes the drive invisible to your account when you aren't accessing it on the LAN. So if you were thinking that this might be a great way to save your mp3s and movies on your own internet accessible hard drive I'd warn you that you may be very disappointed.
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