We have some downloads, pics and a video of the new X510 from HP for you. As we can see this beauty looks exactly like the new EX49x range from HP. The front and back in more detail. Also available is this short 1 minute video highlighting the Data Vault. The data [...]
Archive for September, 2009
With the announcement on the new HP StorageWorks range of Home Server’s for small businesses the X510 is already available for pre-order from both MacMall and the Small & Medium Business Store at HP. MacMall has the X510 1TB model for pre-order for $719.99 whilst HP have all 3 configurations of the X510 available at [...]
HP have just announced the Data Vault, a server which is based on Windows Home Server and targets the small business market. HP has the consumer market covered with the LX195 and EX49x range of Windows Home Server’s, but now hope to corner the small business sector too with the announcement of the HP StorageWorks [...]
South African lecturer Minnaar Pieters has been building a Windows Home Server over the weekends in his home town of Stellenbosch in South Africa. Minnaar got hold of a HP low end tower server for his build and shares his hardware thoughts and installation through his first 2 parts of his story, such things as: [...]
The Windows Home Server Team have posted an update on their blog stating that Power Pack 3 has been delayed until the end of 2009. The post stated that the team’s top priority is to ensure the absolute highest level of product quality, and that they will continue with additional testing of the software. The [...]
What can you do with: a) A Windows Home Server machine b) A 2TB Hard Drive and finally c) A Freezer After hearing a horrible clicking noise from his hard drive Shawn Steele eventually got the data off his drive by placing it into his freezer, after which WHS could read the data off of [...]
One of our hardware reviewers Steve Crick bought to my attention a post from AutomatedHome.com from back in August where they pictured a 20 Terabyte Home Server comprising 17 hard drives. Wow, that’s a lot, or can you do better? You can read the details here.
The add-in BDBB has been updated to version 188.8.131.52. Also known as the Windows Home Server Backup Database-Backup, the add-in allows you to easily create and restore a backup of the Backup Database created by the Windows Home Server, which contains the backups of all Client PC’s in the home. Version 184.108.40.206 is primarily a [...]
Website HomeServerLand continue their series of add-in author interviews and this week they chat with fellow MVP Sam Wood. Sam is better known for his Windows Home Server Disk Management add-in which he discusses amongst many other things, in this written interview, which you can read here.
Episode #57 of The Home Server Show podcast interviews Neil Sharma of Twonky Media about their new TwonkyBeam. Also on this weeks show are the usual news and views from David and the gang, which you can listen to here.