Yunio: cloud storage that grows daily [expired]

cloud_compUpdate: As per their recent change in policy announcement, Yunio will no longer be free post April 01, 2014.

Check the tag CLOUD STORAGE.

One of the blog followers mailed about Yunio, a cloud storage that increases daily by a considerable amount. Though it may sound far-fetched, it’s actually true. Yunio is a Chinese cloud storage provider and has joined the race among Chinese services to give away TBs of storage for free. Quite interesting features:

  • 1TB on registration
  • Quota grows by 1GB each day for the free account
  • No-frills registration
  • SSL, AES-256 bit encryption technology
  • Multiple data backup
  • Responsive web interface, English by default
  • Filesize limit of 25GB
  • File version control
  • Public links to stored files
  • Clients for Linux, Windows, Mac, Android, iOS

I wouldn’t recommend storing sensitive data in the cloud for security and privacy. And it’s safe to have at least a backup copy of the same data in another cloud service. You always have a better chance of data recovery.

[Courtesy: Jester Raiin]

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