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LaCie CloudBox Appears Overhead to Protect Your Data At Home and in the Cloud

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Safe in the Box. Secure in the Cloud. That’s how LaCie describe their new CloudBox product.

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The CloudBox is designed by Neil Poulton, who has designed a number of other LaCie items.

  • Automatic daily backup to the cloud
  • Recover your files from the cloud even in case of theft, fire, or physical damage.
  • AES encryption keeps your files secure

With the LaCie CloudBox, you’ve got everything you need for storage and backup. Just copy and paste your most files to your CloudBox, and they will automatically be backed up online daily. It’s that simple: your data is backed up on a local hard drive and again in the cloud for double protection. The CloudBox includes a one-year online backup contract for 100GB, which can be easily renewed.

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AES 128-bit encryption is used to protect your data in the cloud. This is very important, especially after the issues that Dropbox suffered this week. The last thing you want is your data that is stored in the cloud accessible to those who shouldn’t have access to it.

The CloudBox will be released very soon and will retail for around $199, and it will work with both Windows and Macs.

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Learn more from the LaCie website

Check out the video below:

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