What is it?
HomePipe is the first-ever consumer-focused
cloud solution that enables instant and safe access to all your home
files. HomePipe gives you FREE access to your favorite photos, movies,
and music—everything on your home network—using any smartphone, netbook
or Web browser.
How does HomePipe work?
securely and easily over the Web, using the secure HomePipe network and
small lightweight agents that reside in the home.
saves you time because you don’t need to move your home files anywhere
or be a computer whiz to use it! Now you can leave your pictures of
your kids, your family videos or your important docs in a safe and
secure place at home and get to them from anywhere on nearly any
device. And unlike some cloud services, HomePipe has no storage limit
because it leverages your home storage.
Is it safe?
HomePipe is secure and private. Without
getting into the technical mumbo jumbo of security, just know that this
is the most secure product on the market. Our co-founders and
development team have deep expertise in building sophisticated security
products that are completely transparent to end users. These years of
experience are now part of the HomePipe service.
At HomePipe, we understand that you want to keep your personal photos and files just that…personal.
HomePipe does that by delivering a level of protection most file or
photo sharing sites can’t. Since your photos live on your network, you
have better control over who sees them and how they are used.
*how is this compared to dropbox?
well i think this is amazing!…i still like dropbox and still even may keep it but the thing i like about HomePipe is that you can "sync" whole drives on your computer and access it anywhere…..and its FAST! Dropbox has to sync over an internet onto their online server, but HomePipe is instant!…if you have not tried dropbox before this is a really good software, if you have tried dropbox….it may be time….to upgrade! (for FREE!)
btw dropbox has limited memory…..you have to buy more, but HomePipe is completely free….no limitations!
July 14, 2009
November 22, 2009
xmmm, there should be a catch!
(thanks for info)
will test it and report u (because I love dropbox)
After reading the more info link, I think I've found your catch. The no limit storage is because it is stored on your home network, so it must make it hella slow. Though I haven't tested it.
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