Working in the Cloud on Home Server Show 265

It’s all cloud all the time!  Jim Collison has his cloud list out and I sit back and enjoy the show! Well, I can’t sit back too much.  I’m talking @otixo and Surface Pro 3.  Much better audio this week.  See you in the forums!

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Soap! – You have to check out this router/doitall box!

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Synology DS415Play – With this link you get an extra 5GB. 20 in all.

Otixo does this as well.

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1 Response

  1. derek says:

    Hi Dave,
    long time listener here and just listened to this show last night and was wondering why you seem to rarely mention Cloudberry as a backup solution for WHS2011. Jim mentioned his top 5 in the podcast (none of which have native add-ins), and also no Cloudberry on the list. I find this odd since Cloudberry is actually the only WHS2011 backup solution that exists as a native add-in, which I assumed would give it a huge advantage over the other popular offerings, and it also let's you backup up your data to multiple backup sources, from a local drive to Amazon S3 and more. The local drive option I would have thought is a huge benefit. Is there a particular reason for not regularly recommending Cloudberry as a backup service?