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Tonido as alternative to DropBox (via: Bei sensiblen Daten lieber eigene Cloud-Lösung – c’t – PresseBox)

Posted by jpluimers on 2012/07/30

On the research list (wow, Google Translate is very accurate this time!): Tonido

More and more programs allow users to cut the cord of cloud providers like Google and Dropbox. The Tonido software is suitable for example for users who want to make sensitive customer or patient data accessible on multiple devices without outsourcing it to an external server. “Once you have installed Tonido on your PC and create an account, you can in the local network, but also on the move access to a PC or mobile devices on the complete data set”

Original German text from the mid December 2011 issue of c’t Magazin:

Immer mehr Programme ermöglichen es Anwendern, sich von Cloud-Anbietern wie Google oder Dropbox abzunabeln. Die Software Tonido eignet sich beispielsweise für Nutzer, die sensible Kunden- oder Patientendaten auf mehreren Geräten zugänglich machen wollen – ohne sie auf einen externen Server auszulagern. “Sobald man Tonido auf dem eigenen PC installiert und ein Konto angelegt hat, kann man im lokalen Netz, aber auch von unterwegs mit PC oder Mobilgeräten auf den kompletten Datenbestand zugreifen”

Thanks Noud van Kruysbergen for translating the German c’t article into Dutch.


via: Bei sensiblen Daten lieber eigene Cloud-Lösung – c’t – PresseBox.

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