If you want to, and you’re good with networked drives, you can use a Network Attached Storage (NAS) drive with Mylio. It’s a handy option for backup, though a large, mirrored, removable USB drive may be an easier one. With an NAS drive, you’ll have to contend with all of the pitfalls of networking. Depending on how you access your NAS drive, the settings on your router, any wireless protocols you use, and other networking wackiness that may arise, don’t be surprised if you run into trouble. It’s not fair to blame Mylio for the computer industry’s lack of simplified networking standards, but don’t say we didn’t warn you.