In the past, I have talked about my transition to Synology and I recently made the next step: migration from iTunes to DS Audio. In this post I would like to talk about the process and a few obstacles I had to overcome. Read on to learn more!
To conclude my series of posts on Synology I would like to cover another important aspect of securing your data: HTTPS. In this post, I will show a variety of different locations for which you can enable HTTPS connections. Read on to learn more!
Another awesome feature of Synology is the ability to install additional packages. In this post, I will talk about which packages I use/used. Read on to learn more!
Time machine is a great piece of backup software that comes with Macs. How Time Machine works is that it backs up based on a policy until there is no space left on the destination. When space is depleted, Time Machine deletes the oldest backups. While the process makes sense, it does raise the question of how to backup multiple Macs to the same Synology device. I will cover the process in this post.
In my home lab, I use Synology for my shared storage solution. In this post, I would like to talk about what Synology devices I use and how I have them configured.
Now that you have a backup of your encrypted folder it is important that you test and understand the process of backup and restore. Read on to learn more!
Now that you have an encrypted folder, you may be wondering how to back it up. I will cover the steps in this post.
Now that you know a little more about encrypted folders, I would like to walk through the 2-step process on how to create them. Read on to learn more!
Synology offers a variety of solid storage systems and comes with software that offers a wide variety of features. One great feature is the ability to create encrypted folders. In this post, I would like to talk about Synology encrypted folders and what you need to know.