Originally published at: https://nextcloud.com/blog/shadow-drive-brings-nextcloud-to-their-remote-pc-platform/
Shadow, probably best known for their remote gaming PC platform which boasted 100.000 gamers in 2020, has extended its platform since being bought by OVHcloud founder Octave Klaba. A focus on productive desktop use and a business offering are part of Shadow’s ambition to serve its growing customer base wherever they are and whatever they do.
On Wednesday Shadow announced Shadow Drive, a Nextcloud based online storage with 20GB free space and a premium variant starting at 8.99 Euro/month for 2TB of storage.
Watch the announcement and an interview with Frank Karlitschek
Shadow Drive will allow users to store their data while keeping it accessible from anywhere. Data will be accessible via web, desktop and mobile apps unveiled in the coming months. Shadow Drive is fully secured through traffic encryption and will be available in all markets Shadow operates in, through servers European owned and based.
Read more in the Shadow blog and stay tuned for general availability!