Randy Cantrell from Leaning Toward Wisdom, Changes from HiFi to WiFi – HGG284
Derek Labian, CEO of MediaFire Talks Accessing Your Media Anytime, from Anywhere on Any Device – HGG177
Taking Advantage of Free Cloud Storage for 3-2-1 Backup (Updated)
Even Backup guys need to practice and plan for good backup strategies. As a Microsoft Windows Home Server MVP and podcaster with the Home Server Show, you would think that of all people, I would have my backup plans documented well and in order. Well, I do, kind of. I have been running a bit loose lately and I thought it was time to tightening things up. At home, I currently run a Windows Home Server (WHS) 2011 box with about 2TB of total storage space and 2 TB of storage to back those files up. I also backup everythingClick for more / Podcast Player>
The Future of WebOS, Ringtone Revenue, Multiple Skype Accounts, Chrome gets the Metro UI, Microsoft Touch Mouse, and Google does a Barrel Roll – HT051
Store Your Music in the Cloud? Installing the Amazon Cloud Player Uploader and get 5GB Free with 20GB after purchase.
Weeks ago, Amazon announced that it would begin to provide 5GB of cloud storage for Documents, Music, Pictures and Videos. In its most practical application with the online storage of music, Amazon has now released a Windows Uploader that will allow you to easily upload multiple music files and folders to the cloud. It does require an Amazon account, which is free. You can sign up for an account here. Even better is the offer to up your storage to 20GB per year with the purchase of one mp3 album. Now your music, both that which you have purchased (inClick for more / Podcast Player>