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It's been a while since we've seen a TeraStation from Buffalo, and in the meantime the company has been really going wild with the lilliputian memory devices, so it's nice to see something substantial in this space for a change. The latest TeraStation NAS integrates with Windows Storage Server 20

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Buffalo has already let a 3TB TeraStation Pro loose in Japan, but the company's now upping the NAS ante 'round these parts as well, introducing a beefed-up TeraStation Pro II for businesses and a new TeraStation Live for the rest of us. True to its consumer nature, the TeraStation Live boasts both

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We've seen plenty of crazy ways to keep your precious data safe. Some people burn a few tons of DVDs, others make a montly habit of swapping hard drives into a safe location. In today's How-To we'll show you how to automatically keep your data backed up from your computer with ssh and rsync. Feel th

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Buffalo rolls out with yet another NAS product, only this time they insist that it belongs in your home. TeraStation Living, available as a 1TB or 2TB model, supports DNLA and works with the Buffalo Video LinkTheater suite to sync up with all your media electronics and also stores TV shows, videos (

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I-O Data is back on the RoHS-compliant NAS trail again, as its new LANDISK Tera offers up a secure, environmentally-friendly way to stash and share your data over a network. The new drive comes in both 1TB and 2TB flavors, supports RAID 5, boasts four hot-swappable bays, and now features AES 256-bit

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Keeping things fresh in its TeraStation lineup, Buffalo is dropping three new NAS units touting up to two terabytes of capacity and faster access speeds than previous models. Besides sporting the obligatory RAID 0/1/5 functionality (and looking exactly like its predecessor), the TeraStation Pro TS-

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We can always count on Buffalo to keep the updates rolling for their NAS products, and thanks to cheap and expansive hard drives, we're liking where things are going. Their new 2TB TeraStation holds four drives -- we'll leave the math to you here -- and sports Gigabit Ethernet and RAID 5 compatib

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