Preaching Backup Again

WD My Book World DriveThe Western Digital My Book World Edition 4 TB (2 x 2 TB) Network Attached Storage Drive is WD’s latest device to add a remarkable amount of storage capacity to your local network.

Although the design squarely hits the home network sweet spot, it would be a great economical addition to a small office network to aggregate both computer backups and shared files to one office device. It even comes with all of the backup software.

Check out this video. Western Digital specs read:

Automatic and continuous backup for all the computers on your network

Centralize all your family’s digital content

Best-in-class performance cutting-edge technologies to deliver high performance read and write speeds ideal for the most demanding users.

Built-in media server for streaming music, photos and movies to any DLNA certified multimedia device such as Playstation 3, Xbox 360, wireless digital picture frames, and connected audio receivers. DLNA 1.5 & UPnP certified.

iTunes server support to centralize your music collection and stream to a Mac or Windows PC using iTunes software.

This drive even sports remote access to your files. It needs to find it’s way to your office.

Beware Of Twitter User Name Identity Theft

Strangest thing happened to me the other night while I reviewed Google alerts that watch my name, company name and social networking user names. I like to keep an eye out for strange happenings so I’m not blind sided by something. The Google alert for my Twitter username picked up one of my tweets.

I thought that strange so I investigated. Upon clicking the link, I was directed to this Twitter site:

lookslikeme

Looks like my Twitter page, but it’s not. After I reviewed the tweets, I decided to delete a couple then tried to logon to my Twitter account. Suddenly, IE security kicked in, alerting me to the account information phishing scam.

itsnotme

Seems that someone‘s after unsuspecting Twitter users. So, time for all of you IE users to update your web browsers to the latest versions. I’m glad I did.