Category Archive For: Network Attached Storage (NAS)

Open-E JovianDSS Certified System

Recent Open-E JovianDSS Storage Server Certifications

Lately Open-E’s QA Team was testing and certifying new storage servers by our Partners. Open-E JovianDSS Certified Storage Servers that are tested, benchmarked and certified by Open-E ensure robust storage ...

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Open-E JovianDSS Cluster options

Overview of Cluster Solutions with Open-E JovianDSS

A high availability cluster setup of data storage servers is one of the most secure business solutions. It allows for continuous access to the data and may increase performance in ...

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Open-E DSS V7 SOHO setup examples

Do you want to start with Open-E software at no cost? Try the Open-E DSS V7 SOHO (Small Office Home Office), a free version of the well-known and appreciated Open-E ...

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What is a Storage Bridge Bay?

Our QA specialists have recently certified a storage system by our Gold Partner Boston. This time it was the Igloo 4U-20T-Stor with Open-E JovianDSS, a Storage Bridge Bay all-in-one solution. ...

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Open-E DSS V7 up56

New update available: Open-E DSS V7 up56

This week we have got some fantastic news for Open-E DSS V7 users! Our developers have just updated the renowned Open-E DSS V7 Data Storage Software with new features, thanks ...

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Open-E webcast

Tracking files with SMB user audit

This week’s webcast is about SMB user audit in Open-E DSS V7. To be able to take advantage of this function you will first need to install a small update ...

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Open-E webcast

Connect Open-E DSS V7 to a NIS Server

Got 12 minutes to spare? You can tune in to our new webcast and explore a few facts about NIS as an authentication method for NAS, available to use within ...

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Open-E mobile

How to access your NAS share on an Android device

Modern smartphones, having a computing power of desktops PCs from mid 2000s, are much more than just phones. Together with their younger siblings – tablets – they essentially became Personal ...

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Unusual request…

Last week I was visiting a customer in Sweden for product training. One of the main reasons they required an on-site training was for a very unusual request: The goal ...

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Short Story about IO-Errors

Hardware failure is not an exception, it is a normal process. I guess most of you would agree with this statement. The real case we have experienced a few weeks ...

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