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  1. Self-hosted photo-management done right Lychee is a free photo-management tool, which runs on your server or web-space. Installing is a matter of seconds. Upload, manage and share photos like from a native application. Lychee comes with everything you need and all your photos are stored securely. https://lychee.electerious.com/ I would have posted some screenshots of the program in action, however they have a very neat web demo to play around with so why not give it a go. More info is available at the git.hub site. This includes some extra plugins and extensions and some useful
  2. https://copy.com?r=Zd81hT If you like the sound of this cloud storage service click on the link and I will get an extra 5 GB and so will you. There is a package in the AUR, https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/copy-agent/ It is touted to work on most linux os's. I have just installed so will give an update soon. The no limit on file size is a great feature.
  3. http://linuxaria.com/article/installation-of-seafile-open-source-dropbox-alternative-for-teams?lang=en&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Linuxaria_En+%28Linuxaria%C2%BB+English%29 https://github.com/haiwen/seafile/wiki/Enable-Https-on-Seafile-web http://seafile.com/en/download/ What drew my attention to this was that they have a Raspberry Pi version and apparently it runs ok on said machine. On the face of it it looks like a great way for folks to share files whether they are in a team or not.
  4. Microsoft Azure had one location go down HARD . To me the decision of whether or not to go to the cloud is simple - No, not for anything I would need on a daily basis. So I would be open to cloud storage as an offsite data backup but only if the contract called for monetary penalties if the service provider lost the data.
  5. Got the following in their April 2012 email newsletter today from SpiderOak: Any thoughts on SpiderOak? It's available for Windows, Mac and Linux; iOS and I believe Android as well. Are they safer than others? Is their encryption safe? Sounds like it's end to end encryption and no one sees your stuff. Think it's a legit claim? Think it can beat out Dropbox?
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