WD from its barrio has presented its new My Cloud family of personal cloud solutions. My Cloud from its quarter is a complete solution meant for users to organize, centralize and secure the digital content from all of their computers and mobile devices and access those files from any device, from anywhere in the world.
Research firm Gartner projects that the average household will own approximately 3.3 terabytes (TB) of digital content by Fiscal 2016. In line with this, growth of digital content is on the surge as regards the number of Internet-connected devices in India. Personal cloud storage is the new standard, allowing users to keep media and files safe at home on their own physical drive and then access them over the Internet with any PC or Mac computer or on tablets and smartphones through mobile apps. Making Use of My Cloud, users can now share files, stream media and access content anywhere with no monthly fees besides feel secure in the knowledge that their cloud resides in their own home under their exclusive control.
Presented for iOS and Android devices, the new WD My Cloud mobile app allows users to view photos, stream video and access their files from anywhere on their smartphones or tablets. The mobile app also makes file sharing and collaborating simple and secure, allowing patrons to easily email files, share files as a link, and print and open files with third-party apps.
In addition, the My Cloud mobile app integrates major public cloud services so that clients can easily transfer files between their Dropbox, followed by SkyDrive and Google Drive public cloud accounts.
My Cloud is currently available at Reliance Digital and Croma, apart from resellers and channel partners across India. MRP being INR10, 999 for 2 TB, INR12, 999 for 3 TB and INR14, 999 for 4 TB. The My Cloud mobile app currently is available for download from the App StoreSM and Google Play.
My Cloud personal cloud storage is available in the capacities of 2 TB, 3 TB and 4 TB and is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, OS X Mountain Lion, Lion, Snow Leopard, as well as DLNA/UPnP-enabled devices.