The smoke from Cloud Engines’ Pogoplug Video recall (Pogo-un-plugged?) may still be settling, but on a better note, today the company has announced the first major update to its software-based version. To refresh your memory, it essentially turns any network-connected computer into a Pogoplug, allowing it to be accessed like a NAS drive (think iCloud, but with your drives). The new version’s main advantage is OneView, which can display every connected computer’s drives separately or compiled together sans duplicates — iOS devices are also supported in this feature. You’ll be pleased to know that the service is free, excluding video and off-LAN music streaming. Those features can be enabled by purchasing the premium version for a one-time fee of 29 bones, and unlike before, a single purchase will take care of your entire stable of devices. You’ll find some screenshots of the software below, as well as a PR crash course in ‘personal cloud management’ just after the break.
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