Author: clarence

Ergotron ~ StyleView® Telepresence Cart

StyleView® Telepresence Cart, Single Monitor Expand healthcare access through telepresence with this easy and affordable mobile solution, which combines the power of videoconferencing with the benefits of a StyleView medical cart. Backed by our years of expertise and service, you can confidently build a telemedicine platform that matches your needs and...

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Discover the new DSM 5.0

  Simple & Straightforward The heart of DSM 5.0 is to provide you with a great convenience, right from the very start. The entire setup progress has been carefully reviewed and reworked. Each step is part of a well thought out journey to easily create your own private cloud. Refreshed UI Design Once you log into DSM, you know how to use it. The web-based operating system has a short learning curve. DSM’s clean and refreshed user interface invites you to explore all the packages we have to offer. There’s a lot of usability tweaks to make your user...

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Synology DS415play

Synology® DiskStation DS415play is designed to centralize your multimedia collections and share them effortlessly in your home network. Optimized for multimedia processing, DS415play delivers on-demand Full HD transcoding to guarantee seamless streaming experiences to the widest range of gadgets in your home. Up to 24 TB Personal Multimedia Bank 1080p Full HD Video Transcoding on the Fly Concurrent Multi-Channel Streaming DLNA®-Certified Media Server 1.6GHz Dual Core CPU with Floating Point Unit Over 112.45 MB/s Reading, 101.21 MB/s Writing1 Running on Synology DiskStation Manager...

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File Server vs NAS

Overview This article will discuss the options available to an IT Admin to replace their existing PC File Server with a Synology DiskStation, a modern PC File Server, or a DIY project. Synopsis Recently, a friend of mine asked for some advice with one his clients, a small lawyer’s office with thirty employees that was looking to replace their existing PC File Server. The existing server is a DIY AMD 800MHz computer with 512MB RAM, and two 500GB HDDs in RAID-1 handled through a PCI SATA Controller. The initial complaint from his client was that the computer is too...

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