I use Personal Cloud on a few of my own machines,("office" desktop, developer desktop, and 2 laptops)
No OLC (yet).
But what I'm looking for in a good solid "personal cloud product" is a LAN sync like dropbox has. How would this work...
if you have different clients with PLC installed, (like different clients with the same dropbox account)
provided they are on the same subnet (same broadcast net) (to keep the networking aspect simple)
when you add a file to your PLC, the file is then synced with Egnyte servers.
other clients which sync the same folder, will then initiate the syncing process as soon as it determines a change has been made to the file.
before trying to sync it from the cloud, they will look for the new file on the LAN first, bypassing the need to download the file from the cloud/Egnyte servers, thus speeding up the syncing process considerably.
So LAN sync is an huge advantage for use in locations where PLC is used on multiple computers which are networked together over the same router or other local area network.
This can save hours of syncing time
I'm also using dropbox for some purposes, and it only took a minute or so for a 250 MB file to arrive at 3 other clients in my lan (after it was synced up to dropbox, which took less than 3 minutes)
the same action took almost about 30 minutes with Egnyte (Egnyte's upload is slower than dropbox also)
Imagine that for about 2GB of daily changed files which I need on my desktop and notebook for travelling