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Old 05-02-2006, 03:47 PM   #1
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Rep: Reputation: 0 opens offsite storage to entire SSH suite

(disclaimer: as of three weeks ago, I am an customer)

I never cared too much about offsite storage because the ones I looked at (iron mountain, swissdisk) forced a windows client down your throat, or made you use some proprietary web interface.

So I was overjoyed when someone clueful offered offsite storage accessible with all of the ssh tools, like scp, rsync, sftp, etc. I even use Unison with it ...

This is how I would have designed a service like this if I were the one running it. No arbitrary restrictions, open access, and lets me interface my linux and Irix systems with it the way _I_ want to. is one of the cooler new products I have used in a while. I hope nobody minds the plug - I really am this happy with it.



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