Asus WebStorage Add-In Available to All

The Asus TS  mini Home Server includes an add-in for backing up its shared folders online, and the good news is that the Asus WebStorage add-in is available and can be installed on any Windows Home Server – Not just the Asus.

ASUS WebStorage - My Web Backup

The add-in allows you to backup data from your Home Server to ASUS WebStorage as well as synchronize data between your PC and Home Server by Internet, and all for just under $40 (£30) for 1 year of unlimited webstorage.

But if you would like to try it out without purchasing then you can sign up for a free 1GB account.

Sounds good, and the only limitation to the paid/free service is that you can only download upto 5000MB per day but everything uploaded is protected by 128-bit AES encryption.

More details are available from here.

Thanks to HomeServerLand for bringing this add-in (for non Asus TS mini owners) to our attention.

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  1. Justin says:

    Looks likes good idea, but “Automatically back up … to externaM storage” – “externaM” – really? If this is an indication of the quality of the product, I think I’ll wait for some reviews :-/


    Besides, it’s also not properly endorsed by Asus in any other measure than name – it certainly doesn’t carry the Asus logo. A company called eCareme run it.

    Does anyone know of this company’s reputation?

  2. David says:

    I’m currently subscribed to the unlimited plan – so I paid the 40/year. I can attest that it was backing up my files – but it seemed to be doing that slowly and the software was inconsistent in letting me know what was really backed up.

    I’m hoping for a software update.

  3. DL says:

    I also have it and just saw that they updated it on 5/6/2010 to a new version. Running it on a version 3.0 EX470 with 2GB of RAM and updated New Orleans processor – seems to work (actually already saved me once with my 9GB of photos – whews! And you can see files from the web site if the Home server dies completely, so you don’t need to restore to get access to the files.

    I think I got the $69 for two years option – even if it just keeps my photos, that’s a smokin’ deal.

  4. Hi Justin,

    eCareme Technologies Inc. has up to 80% ASUS invested shares. We have been involve in the cloud business for over 10 years and cooperate with ASUS for two years.
    You may find further information about eCareme on our website. http://www.ecareme.com

    As to the spelling error, we have update the wording at our soonest notification. Thank you! Our internal staff will proceed a complete modification on the usage of words and images very soon.

    I am mainly responsible to the products and you are welcome to contact with me for further request or advice to our product.
    Here is my mail: sherry.miao@ecareme.com


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