Apple is not always quick to support new technologies, but they threw their weight behind 802.11n Wi-Fi as soon as hardware was available. They upgraded their access points, laptop and desktop computers beginning in 2006, though support importable devices lagged. But the capabilities of 802.11n devices varies widely, and today's Apple devices are no exception. 802.11n … [Read more...] about Which Apple Devices Support 802.11n Wi-Fi?
Time Machine is one of my favorite Mac OS X features. Sure, it's not loaded with features and customizability, but it works for the most part. Plus, it's so easy to set up that it encourages the average computer user to actually have a backup. Anything that encourages backups is great news in my book! But Apple recently rolled out a "Time Capsule Backup Update", and … [Read more...] about “Time Machine completed a verification of your backups. To improve reliability, Time Machine must create a new backup for you.”
This is part of an ongoing series of longer articles I will be posting every Sunday as part of an experiment in offering more in-depth content. Along with my professional focus on enterprise storage systems, I'm enamored of home networking, and recently passed the three terabyte mark at home! This got me thinking about where home storage is heading. As you can see in the … [Read more...] about The Future of Home Storage