Protonet’s secure server really is incredibly simply to set-up and use, but I’m not sure I need it

In the wake of Snowden’s now ageing revelations about governmental snooping a wave of ‘ultra-secure’ personal servers hit the market, promising to give you access to all your documents, files and anything else you need – just like using the cloud – but without all the data being stored elsewhere. Obviously, if you’re technically inclined and want to set up your own personal server, then there are cheaper ways to do it than considering an out of the box answer. If you don’t have time for the faff, but want a realistic option for keeping your data safe, yet accessible, then…

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