Written by captainpugwash the 29 Feb 08 at 06:01.
Category: Internet & Networking.
I would love to be able access my data on all of my Ubuntu running Machines, media server, desktop, laptop, Asus EEE, and Android Phone etc securely accross the internet.
Currently this is complicated to set up and requires using outside comapnies to deal with Internet addressing and security issues.
I would love it If Ubuntu could just put a magic button on my directories and files where I could just press and automatically using my log_on password share my data and files across the internet to where ever I am.
I would be happy to pay Canonical Ubuntu for this service as I would trust them and it would be a one stop solution.
They could also offer other premium services to offset the cost of developing Ubuntu.
If they get greedy and start spamming users with requests to use their services (like Apple does with .Mac and Quicktime Pro) they will lose a lot of support. I think they've done an excellent job of providing a good product and getting out of the way.