Regina here. Helping to make your home office life super hot. Where “super hot” means secure, organized, reliable, and that which gives you peace of mind. All of those are very sexy qualities, right?
Even if you disagree (which would be ludicrous, by the way), I want to tell you about why you should set up your own private cloud for your home office or creative business, how you can use your cloud, the types of things you should be backing up, and a daily routine you can do when you finish work for the day (checklist style) to keep you organized and sane.
P.S. Virtual hugs to WD for sponsoring an upgrade to my creative life by letting me try the private cloud with My Cloud EX2. I feel so “next level” now. You’ll see what I mean shortly. But first, I’m super happy EX2 (as I call him for short) fit well with all the black and gold on my desk.
It’s pretty amazing that even though I’m talking about tech that can save our digital lives, I’m still concerned about my color game. But hey . . .
I know you can’t stand the suspense. You want to know three things: (1) What is a “private cloud” anyway and are you just making stuff up, yet again, Regina? (2) If it indeed does exist, how is this different from Google Drive, Dropbox, or Carbonite? What’s the benefit? Why should I set one up? (3) Did you love it enough to have a completely weird photo shoot with it in front of a very hip, Austin, art wall? [I'll just tell you right now, yes. Yes, I did.] Keep Reading