ownCloud

Conclusions

ownCloud 2 is a very promising online data storage service with useful cloud functionality. Its strength, however, is its do-it-yourself character, and users conscious of data security will not need to be reminded why. Considering ownCloud’s current state of development, users need to be data crawler dissidents and be unafraid of experimenting.

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