The personal cloud storage system Transporter got a major facelift thanks to its Transporter 2.0 software update. The Connected Data team pretty much started over so Transporter is a seamless part of your Mac. You can make folders on Transporter in the Finder, Transporter accounts aren't required any more to receive shared files, you choose which folders sync between your Macs, and an update to the iOS app that lets you do more than see your folders is coming soon, too. Transporter is a file storage, sync, and sharing device that you add to your own network instead of subscribing to, like cloud-based services such as Dropbox or SugarSync. Transporter 2.0 is a beta, but so far it's working great for us.
Check It Out: Transporter 2 File Storage and Sync: Now it Just Works