Copying Data From NAS To NAS

I recently acquired a new NAS. My first taks was moving data from my old NAS to the new one. But it wasn’t as easy as I expected

Turn Your Raspberry Pi Into A Travel-Friendly NAS

Travelling doesn’t mean you have to leave all of your data — or your storage — at home if you know you’ll need it on the go. Lifehacker reader Ben sent in his DIY Raspberry Pi-powered NAS that’s small enough to connect multiple drives and go just about anywhere you’ll need all your files.

Set A Quota On Your Synology NAS To Keep Space From Filling Up

Synology NAS drives are popular, and they’re great for storing files on your home network, streaming media or backing up your computer. Left unchecked, however, those backups can fill up your available storage in a hurry.

Turn An Old PC Into A NAS, VPN Or Media Streamer With Amahi

If you have an old computer with some life left in it, or you’re building a do-it-all home server, Amahi is the perfect utility for the job. Amahi can turn any PC into an at-home VPN and a NAS for all of your files. Here’s how.

WD My Cloud Is A NAS/Personal Cloud Hybrid With 'Unlimited' Free Storage

Yesterday, Western Digital unveiled its first My Cloud storage solution for Australian consumers. The WD My Cloud is a personal cloud drive that allows users to remotely access and backup content across all of their devices. It’s essentially a cross between a traditional NAS and a cloud storage service like Dropbox or Google Drive with all data stored on your own private device. It offers virtually unlimited storage potential (via USB 3.0) with no monthly fees to worry about.

Turn A Set Of IKEA Drawers Into The Perfect Home Server Cabinet

If you have a home server — whether it’s a pre-bought model or one you built yourself — you need a good place to put it. Hacker Lauzer put his in a modded IKEA cabinet that keeps it within quick reach.

Turn An Old Computer Into A Do-Anything Home Server With FreeNAS 8

You’ve heard the word “server” thrown around a lot, but it’s usually in the context of websites or big companies that have a lot of data to store. In reality, a server can be just as useful in your home. In this guide, we’ll walk through how to create your own home server out of an old or cheap computer that can do all your downloading, streaming and backup tasks 24/7.

Turn A Raspberry Pi Into A Low-Power NAS

A network storage device is one of the best ways to keep your data backed up, but it can be pricey to set up, and leaving a computer on all the time sucks a lot of power. If you’re looking for a cheap and low-power solution, How-To Geek shows off how to use a Raspberry Pi with a external hard drive as a NAS.

Five Best NAS Enclosures

There are plenty of NAS (network-attached storage) enclosures which you can load with hard drives to create effective centralised storage for your home network. All promise to keep your data accessible and backed up for redundancy on multiple drives, but which ones do the best job? Here are five top picks based on your nominations.

Ask LH: How Can I Build A Home File Server?

Dear Lifehacker, I like the idea of having a networked backup, streaming and torrenting machine using FreeNAS or Ubuntu, but I’m not sure what hardware I should use to build it. Any suggestions? Thanks, Simple Server