Not too long ago we presented you with a review on LaCie’s 5big Backup Server powered by Windows Home Server. We talked about how awesome this server was, but being as it was fully loaded with drives the price tag was quite staggering.
Windows Home Server 2011 system builder edition will make its public debut in Japan this weekend. While there are some who cannot wait to get the transition to the system started, other users have numerous factors to weigh before upgrading from WHS v1, one such factor is the cost associated with the new OS.
A quick but equally important announcement from HP, they are releasing their HP ProLiant MicroServer with Windows Small Business Server 2011 Essentials.
It may come as annoyance when you install your new Windows Home Server 2011 platform and come to realize that you have no way of protecting it.
Recently researchers discovered a file on the iPhone that stores time stamped coordinates of the iPhone’s location. The logs of the locations of Wi-Fi hot spots and cell phone towers near the users’ of iOS devices, essentially revealing users’ movements over time.
First the good news, Microsoft has launched Windows Home Server 2011 to MSDN and TechNet subscribers for testing and evaluation purposes. The bad news, if you don’t have MSDN or TechNet subscriptions then here is your only chance to get a download for WHS 2011 for evaluation.
Hot on the heels of the newly released Tranquil PC Leo HS4 running Windows Home Server 2011, Tranquil PC announced a super-duper fun giveaway for ya!
The folks brinking us the CloudBerry Backup add-in for WHS have released a new version for Windows Home Server v1. We are told that WHS 2011 and SBS 2011 Essentials versions will follow up shortly.