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Microsoft 365 (Family) - Office 365 + 1TB OneDrive cloud storage for up to 6 people - 1mSubscription - £45.99 (Prime Exclusive) @ Amazon
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22/06/2021Expires on 22/06/2021Posted 2 h, 31 m agoPosted 2 h, 31 m ago
Office 365 is now Microsoft 365. Microsoft 365 Family has everything you enjoy in Office 365 Home and much more. Every Office 365 user is automatically updated to Microsoft 365 12… Read more
watson44

all you are paying for is the storage, the programs are free to use online

HDD My Cloud - Recertified from WD - £99.99 delivered @ Western Digital Shop
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Posted 8th AprPosted 8th Apr
HDD My Cloud - Recertified from WD - £99.99 delivered @ Western Digital Shop£99.99 Free P&P FreeWestern Digital Shop Deals
The 5TB Mycloud drive is now showing stock. 10 quid dearer than the 6TB I posted a few days ago. Might be of use to somebody. Might only be one available.
freestyle

Can you mount these as a nfs drive on linux?

endofdays

I couldnt access my old 2tb when I was off my home network - I hadnt thought about needing to set anything up and then when I was away...nothing! I had to rely on the lousy android app and could only use my phone

Catman99

It's a great price but...... I have one of these, I am in Thailand and the drive is home in the UK and it's pretty useless. The app is really poor on Android but also so is the Windows10 web browser. Really really poor and clunky. When I get back to the UK, I am hoping it might be possible to downgrade the bios on the drive and use it more like a NAS

endofdays

Have you not read the previous comments where everyone is warning people off these??

tommy_stevens

Anyone know if I could set this up to work with Plex?

My Cloud Expert Series EX2 Ultra (Recertified) - Cloud Storage / NAS £89.99 at Western Digital Shop
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Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
My Cloud Expert Series EX2 Ultra (Recertified) - Cloud Storage / NAS £89.99 at Western Digital Shop£89.99 Free P&P FreeWestern Digital Shop Deals
Hopefully help someone. Came up in my search whilst looking to replace my old ex2. I believe the OS5 is an improvement on previous, but I’m going to get a newer symbology instead. … Read more
johnro

Since some phones dont come with a mmc slot, could you set up one of these as an instant backup/storage ? Sort of like a cloud memory card

Alex_H

Fair point, it's usually something outside your control. I currently store so my photos in Google Cloud and feel pretty safe with their security policies but if I was a target for this kind of thing, I might do something different.

Smadmad

That won't help you if the actual servers are hacked. Which is what happens in most cases

voodooboard

That's a simplification. The cloud is just "someone elses computer" and so even with strong password and 2FA there are security layers outside your control. For example in July hackers used social engineering and SIM swapping to access Twitter admin accounts, from there they easily took control of user accounts incl those with 2FA.

Artrus

no stock

Dropbox 40% statement credit on Amex offers £57.53 for 1 year of 2tb
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Posted 14th MarPosted 14th Mar
Dropbox 40% statement credit on Amex offers £57.53 for 1 year of 2tb£57.53£95.8840% off Free P&P FreeDropbox Deals
Many hate Dropbox, but whether you hate Dropbox or love it, for 2tb of reliable cloud storage this is a great deal with 40% statement credit if you have Amex offers. Likely limited… Read more
mystrd

Free 1TB OneDrive storage for NHS workers/uni students when you use your NHS/uni address

Bobxall

Not much wrong with Dropbox. It's served us well for many years and still has a life despite Google/MS etc competition. Yes it's reliable, versatile, multi-platform, can work offline, and is shareable. I don't want Amex, but will still give Dropbox a thumbs-up.

theprofinuk

I don't know why people vote cold but for what it does there is no alternative compared to dropbox. They have the best features and best mechanism for local sync. Sharing files is super easy. Works seamlessly across several devices. I tried, owncloud, Google drive, onedrive etc but to this day dropbox remains the most reliable for syncing all my work devices Unfortunately dropbox is expensive

bluesxman

Not voted, but for cloud storage I go for the 6 X 1Tb with Microsoft 365 when it's around £40 at Argos

kobrakaan1

haven't used Dropbox since Google drive appeared so just have a few junk email Gmail accounts setup for forum signups etc to get 15gb free on each

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Lenovo IdeaPad 1 11.6" Includes Microsoft 365 Personal 12-month subscription with 1TB Cloud Storage Laptop - Grey £199 ao.com
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Posted 4th MarPosted 4th Mar
Lenovo IdeaPad 1 11.6" Includes Microsoft 365 Personal 12-month subscription with 1TB Cloud Storage Laptop - Grey £199 ao.com£199 Free P&P Freeao Deals
Comes with Windows 10 OS & 1 year warranty Mind blowing specs not to be expected but cracking deal if you’re looking for a brand new laptop on a budget.
Thomas93

I'm just about to try cloudready out of curioisity!

fleabittenvarmint

Not dabbled with that one yet. My go-to has been Linux Mint for well over a decade now. Currently have CloudReady running on a small Atom-powered Asus, and it struggles. Might replace it with Solus and see what it's like. Only gets used for streaming music in the kitchen when I'm cooking - that's its sole purpose in life! If it can handle that competently, I'll be happy. :)

Thomas93

I've been using Solus lately and that is absoloutely rapid

fleabittenvarmint

My thoughts exactly. If one were to purchase it and get rid of Windows 10 S, replacing it with Cloud Ready (which is now Google owned), you'd have a suitably cheap 64GB/4GB Chromebook. In that regard, it's decent enough, but you're right in that it will struggle with more demanding tasks as a Windows machine. Great for the basics, though.

Blurigard

These *are* very light and passively cooled, I believe, so they're fine word-processing or very light office work. Most websites will feel quite laggy with this spec, mind you, so it's not going to be an all-rounder. Think if it as a chromebook alternative.

FastestVPN Lifetime plan with 15 Logins + 2TB Internxt Cloud Storage for $16.60 (£11.78) using code @ FastestVPN
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Posted 23rd FebPosted 23rd Feb
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Now £11.78 using our exclusive code HOTUKDEALS21
Seems like a decent offering given the inclusion of 15 logins, and 2TB of cloud storage for the price. Granted, lifetime subs aren't for everyone , and historically speeds can va… Read more
craigmcintosh_2

I signed up to this using this deal. Its absolutely rubbish. I asked for my money back nearly a month ago under the 15 day money back guarantee. Still had nothing back. Scam.

bxboards

It's not possible to actually buy this by credit card, as it asked for a 'zip code' and won't accept UK postcodes. If you change from USA to UK pounds is closer to 16 quid.

1616french

Any decent VPN deals at the moment? I need something for my IPTV.

lelinho

Ordered, thank you. (y)

ljurgaitis

Anyone tied nord vpn from Ali?