Over two years ago, I migrated to 1Password to store and manage all my passwords. Since then, I migrated back to KeePass again – as 1Password was quite cumbersome to use for our family’s needs. Too many technical issues, too… Read More »Building a self-hosted secure password management with Bitwarden and Docker
My home network is a regular LAN, built mostly with Unifi devices using 1 Gigabit Ethernet. I’ve extended the wifi, made a VPN to the cloud, played around with different devices within the network, and generally, I’ve been pleased with… Read More »Upgrading my home office network to 10 Gigabit Ethernet speeds – one step at a time
This is a quick post, but perhaps of use to some with an older Synology NAS device. I’ve used my Synology DiskStation 412+ for an eternity now – I think about 8 years and counting. I upgraded the RAM from… Read More »Synology DS412+ NAS device not supported for the new DSM 7.0
I’ve always had some sort of a NAS solution at home. A NAS, which stands for Network-Attached Storage, is a solution or a server that provides you with storage. Usually in a redundant setup, such as RAID. At home, I… Read More »In 2020, do you still need a dedicated NAS solution?
Building a simple backup solution for Hyper-V-based virtual machines using OneDrive for Business and PowerShell
At home, I run several PCs – a few laptops, and one workstation which is a bit more performant, so that I can run Hyper-V and virtual machines on it. It’s also my server for Plex, the amazing multimedia system… Read More »Building a simple backup solution for Hyper-V-based virtual machines using OneDrive for Business and PowerShell
I’ve been looking for a robust and affordable storage solution for use at home, and possibly at the office also. A few years ago I found the Synology devices, and started my journey by purchasing a Synology DS 412+ device… Read More »Configuring Synology to synchronize with Microsoft Azure