I would try to setup a raspberry pi as a server, the pi is cheap and memory
card are not that expensive, obviously it all depends on how much data you
need to keep.

On Monday, October 17, 2016, Phil Thompson via Peterboro <
peterboro@mailman.lug.org.uk> wrote:
> Anyone have any good experiences or thoughts to share on a "local cloud"
device to allow the increasingly unwired user to backup their stuff.
> Obviously there are genuine cloud based services, but some are very
limited or expensive and there's always the upload speed issue (not to
mention privacy etc). A couple of people have asked me about "something to
back up my photos" but iThings don't provide a way to save to a local
external HDD without the intervention of a computer.
> Is there a solution with a networked hard disk, probably connected via
wireless for convenience, with an app or similar interface to allow
straightforward backup ? Such a thing probably runs Linux, keeping it on
> Phil
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