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PogoPlug Biz Review: File Sharing and Remote Access

Oct 22, 2010, 03:04 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Josepj Moran)


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"PogoPlug made a name for itself by offering home users a convenient way to share numerous and/or bulky files, such as photo collections and videos, with friends and family. Of course, small businesses frequently need to share these kinds of files too, except with clients and customers.

"Enter the PogoPlug Biz, which aims to be an alternative to cloud-based storage, file sharing or collaboration services; it builds on the capabilities of the consumer-focused PogoPlug with some added features that offer small businesses more flexibility and control over remote access and file sharing.

"Specs and Setup

"The $299 PogoPlug Biz is a small device that looks almost identical to the standard PogoPlug (the only physical difference is a base/front bezel of businesslike black rather than bright magenta). The front of the PogoPlug Biz sports a single USB 2.0 port, and there are three more in back along with a Gigabit Ethernet port."

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