Backing up to your local area network


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Backing up to your local area network

What I have open here on the screen is a new kind of hard drive. It is a network connected hard drive. In other words, it's not plugged directly into my computer the way these hard drives are that we have been looking at earlier. Now, the advantage of a network drive is that multiple computers on the network can access it, so they can read the data and they can write data to it, and this gives much more flexibility, as you can imagine. Now, I'm using an Iomega drive, right here on the Local Area Network. It is a StorCenter ix2, and one of the things that I like about this for Local Area Network is that it comes with software for both Mac and Windows. You can see the Storage Manager software here in the background showing that I'm connected. And then up here you have some controls also. You can browse for the devices when the software sees one that's on the network, you can manage it, you can browse it; if you haven't already, you can connect to it, and you can set the...

Backing up to your local area network
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Backing up to your local area network provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Organizing and Archiving Digital Photos

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Photography
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Aperture Lightroom
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