At the end of last year, when HP released their new Proliant MicroServer, they once and for all put an end to the stereotype of servers being big and noisy racks of power hungry machinery. HP has put the “Micro” in the title for a reason; this server truly packs the power but not the [...]
While some manufacturers are letting go of their home server lines, others are coming onboard, such as the latest UK based HumuHumu Home Server powered by Windows Home Server 2011.
Microsoft announced the Release Candidate version of the Windows Phone 7 Connector for Windows Home Server 2011. Some of you may remember Microsoft showcasing the app at this year’s CES show.
Yet another devastating hit to the Windows Home Server community was administered this week by ASUS.
Gone are the good old days when neighbors could leave their front doors unlocked overnight, or windows open to breeze out the rooms while you’re at work during the day. In fact, these days we use multiple locks on our doors, security alarms, and high tech security cameras pointing in all directions for 24hour surveillance. [...]
Although Windows Home Server 2011 is still fairly new, some of you may have already converted to the new system, if so then you may want to start using a power management add-in — Lights-Out — that puts your server in sleep or hibernation mode at scheduled times.
AWIECO a well known and respected Windows Home Server 2011 add-ins developer will now also dabble in server hardware.
The journey of Microsoft’s Vail project now known as Windows Home Server 2011 is about to come to a new cornerstone as the company prepares to release the anticipated software all over the world. A number of websites are ready to receive customers’ orders, with the price breakdown by country is featured below. Australia: $110 [...]