Hanselminutes 265 - Synology Network Attached Storage and Windows Home Server
I recently had the opportunity to chat with Scott Hanselman about our experiences with Synology DiskStation products and Windows Home Server. Looks like the podcast is up now so go check that out if you haven’t already.
If you’re coming in here after having listened to the podcast, here are some links to related blog entries you may be interested in:
- Moving to a Synology DS1010+: This is where I talk about the various reasons I picked the DS1010+ and my experience getting data onto it.
- Overview of My Media Center Solution: The whole reason I needed a NAS device originally was to store my media. This article explains what I’ve got set up and how it comes together.
- Two Weeks in with Windows Home Server: Some impressions of WHS that I jotted down after having it set up for a while.
- Home Server Upgrades: Describes the upgrade I did to get more memory and drive capacity.
Also, if you’re a regular Hanselminutes listener, your trivia for the day (which we touch on in the podcast): The original definition of Hanselminutes.
Finally, thanks again to Scott for having me on the show. A good time was had by all.