Extra Buffalo Tools and Applications included with WSS 2016 The popularity of Windows storage server and plain old Windows Server 2016 comes from the fact that this server platform utilizes a number of features and functionality all too familiar to Windows desktop users. Those that are tasked to use a Windows Server and it’s user […]
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Buffalo WSS 2016 10Gbe TeraStation Guide Part 2 – Server Management
Using the Server Manager Application on your WSS 2016 Buffalo NAS Anyone who has a server for home or business all too soon discovers that your priority should never be the hardware, but always the software. You could own the most powerful server in the known universe, but if the means with which you access […]
Buffalo WSS 2016 10Gbe TeraStation Guide Part 1 – Introduction
Getting to Know the Buffalo Windows Storage Server 2016 NAS Server When I first heard that I was going to get my hands on the new Windows storage server 2016 NAS from Buffalo, I’ll be honest I wasn’t hugely excited. Windows Server is so essentially ‘business’, that you instantly associate it with ‘hard work’. Inversely, […]
The Buffalo TeraStation 5810DN NAS – Is this the Best Value 10Gbe RJ45 NAS we have ever seen?
Lowest Priced 10Gbe we have seen, but does the Buffalo TeraStation 5810DN NAS do the job? With file sizes growing constantly, the need for a faster network connection in your home or office has never seemed more important. We at NASCompares have spent a lot of 2018 telling you about the versatility of 10Gbe, the ease […]
Is Now the Time to Upgrade to 10Gbe?
Is now the time for you to Upgrade to 10Gbe? Holding on to your networking and data center gear for as long as possible is a good way to protect your bottom line, but at what point does avoiding an upgrade actually, begin to harm your business? “There simply comes a point when it costs […]
What is a Virtual Machine? How do I put one on my NAS? and what are the Pros and Cons
What is a Virtual Machine and why do VMs and NAS go together so well? Computers as we know them have been around for a while. It is easy to take the versatility of a desktop PC and your modern operating system for granted. We turn on our PC or Mac and just accept as […]