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How to Connect Your QNAP NAS to B2 Cloud Storage

By | June 14th, 2018

Network-Attached-Storage (NAS) devices are great for local backups and archives of data. They have become even more capable, now often taking over functions that used to be reserved for servers. QNAP produces a popular line of networking products, including NAS units that can work with Macintosh, Windows, Linux, and other OS’s. QNAP’s NAS products are used in office, home, and…

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How To Back Up Your NAS with B2 and CloudBerry

By | December 7th, 2017

back up your Synology NAS device to Backblaze B2. Assuming your NAS is configured to shared with your Windows devices, the data from your local systems can be stored on the Synology NAS and then automatically synced to B2 by CloudBerry. We summarized the steps below on how to setup CloudBerry and B2 and if you need more information CloudBerry…

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Replacing macOS Server with Synology NAS

By | May 24th, 2018

…services, but also bridges the office and cloud environments. Using Network-Attached Storage (NAS) to take up the server slack makes a lot of sense. Many customers are already using NAS for file sharing, local data backup, automatic cloud backup, and other uses. In the case of Synology, their operating system, Synology DiskStation Manager (DSM), is Linux based, and integrates the…

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How to Connect Your Synology NAS to B2

By | December 5th, 2017

…great. Komrad depends on how you define a NAS. I consider it any network available storage. before synology, my NAS was a Drobo 5D attached to a Mac OS X server that share files on my network. I moved the drives into a Synology and now my NAS is the storage directy attached to my Synology decides and shared over…

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A New Twist on Data Backup: CloudNAS

By | August 1st, 2017

B2. A recent entry into the backup arena is Morro Data and their CloudNAS solution, where files are stored in the cloud, cached locally as needed, and synced globally among the other CloudNAS systems in a given organization. There are three components to the solution: A Morro CacheDrive — This resides on your internal network like a NAS device and…

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An Introduction to Managing Digital Photos and Videos

By | November 30th, 2017

and enable faster data transfers to and from cloud storage such as Backblaze B2. We’ll be writing about these technologies in a future post. CloudNAS A recent entry into the storage space is Morro Data and their CloudNAS solution. Files are stored in the cloud, cached locally on a CloudNAS device as needed, and synced globally among the other CloudNAS

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An Invitation for CrashPlan Customers: Try Backblaze

By | August 22nd, 2017

…offered a Linux client. Any plans yet? ragebond Exactly the same. The lack of Linux support is the only thing why I didn’t sign for Backblaze Grégoire Voskoboïnikoff What I miss is NAS support. I am going to build a NAS and I planned to use FreeNAS with the CrashPlan plugin. Now, this is out of question and there is…

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Our Readers Respond on the Best Solution for Managing Digital Photos and Videos

By | January 26th, 2018

…easy-to-use Windows, Macintosh, or Linux client was a feature that many appreciated. Some were comfortable with using third-party apps for cloud storage and others wanted a client supplied by the storage vendor. A number of users like the combination of NAS and cloud. Many backed up their NAS devices to the cloud. Some suggested that the NAS should be the…

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