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• Microsoft Vista Home Networking Setup and Options
The most daunting part of upgrading to Windows Vista may be trying to figure out where in the layers of menus the networking and file-sharing options are hidden.

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It may not be something you do everyday, but having the supplies and know-how to whip up a network cable on the spot can be very handy.

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Seemingly minor and easily overlooked settings can still have profound security implications. Here are some steps you can take to make sure your wired or wireless home router and by extension, your network is as secure as possible.

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If you have a home network, you'll welcome the easy file sharing, remote access and the image-based backup features of Windows Home Server.

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Iomega's fourth generation StorCenter Network Hard Drive brings many of the features found in higher-end storage devices down to an attractive price.

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This free tool delivers many of the same capabilities that you'd find in pricey network monitoring tools. As long as you don't mind tinkering, The Dude is a decent network utility that should be worth the download.

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Review: ClickFree Wireless Backup C3 - 1/20/2011
The Clickfree Wireless Backup likely lacks the power, storage and configuration options power users often crave. However, those seeking a simple to use and configure wireless backup solution should consider the device as a solution for their needs.

Review: Infinitech Infinite USB Memory Drive - 12/19/2010
Infinitec's Infinite USB Memory Drive is an ambitious and innovative product that delivers what it promises when it works. But it's not quite reliable or consistent enough for prime time; hopefully this can be achieved with future software updates.

Review: ETR9330 300Mbps Wireless N Travel Router - 12/1/2010
With simple setup and plenty of useful features, Engenius's portable Wi-Fi router is a real bargain with little competition if all you're after is go-anywhere wireless.

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Infrant Technologies' ReadyNAS NV
Manufacturer: Infrant Technologies Price: $1199 
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The second generation of this NAS device lets you share mountains of storage over your home-office or small-business network and also offers the data protection of RAID without the setup complexity.
Iomega StorCenter Network Hard Drive
Manufacturer: Iomega Price: $389 
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Iomega's newest StorCenter packs one terabyte of RAID storage into a small and inexpensive package.
Iomega StorCenter Pro NAS 250d with REV Built-In
Manufacturer: Iomega Price: $1999 
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Although somewhat pricey, this networked storage device easy to set up and offers features and Windows integration you won't typically find in a Linux-based NAS product.
Iomega REV 35
Manufacturer: Iomega Price: $399 
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The REV35 attaches to your computer via a USB 2.0 connection and relies on removable cartridges as the medium for storing data. Each cartridge holds a total of 35GB of raw data or 90GB of compressed data.
Linksys NSLU2 Network Storage Link
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $99 
17 Opinions from Users 
Linksys NSLU2 Network Storage Link makes adding storage to your network simple and affordable, but we have a couple of serious caveats before you lay your money down.
Linksys Wireless-G Media Storage Link Router
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $100 
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This affordable product lets you plug any USB hard drive into a router and use it as a network-attached storage drive. It's a neat idea, but it does have its limits.
Linksys Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router WRT600N
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $260 
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This router has one thing going for it that few consumer-grade Wi-Fi products do. It's a dual-band, dual-radio device that can run two simultaneous wireless networks.
Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus
Manufacturer: Maxtor Price: $290 
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Seagate's latest Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus external storage drive stores, safeguards and synchronizes data, and it does disaster recovery to boot.
Maxtor Shared Storage Plus
Manufacturer: Maxtor Price: $399 
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If you need more storage for your home or small business network (and who doesn't?), you're a good candidate for network attached storage and a product like the Maxtor Shared Storage Plus.
Maxtor Shared Storage Drive
Manufacturer: Maxtor Price: $399.95 
6 Opinions from Users 
Maxtor's Shared Storage Drive makes it easy and affordable for home and small-office users to share storage and printers on the network.
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