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Cost: Drobo v/s Individual Drives

Photographers buy hard drives in external enclosures to keep up with the data they create with digital cameras and post-production software. When one fills up, another drive along with an

A First look at DroboAccess

If you’ve got a network-attached Drobo like a 5N or a B810n, one of the biggest problems was accessing your data outside of your local network. Unless you run a

March 31st is World Backup Day

That’s right…March 31st is World Backup Day! The stories and memories we capture through images are priceless, but they may not last forever without a solid backup plan. On World

Safe and Simple External Storage

Data loss is something that I wish upon no one. Those who have experienced this catastrophe already know that one occurrence can easily mess up one’s day, jack up one’s

Featured Photo by Shannon Kalahan

Thanks to our friends at or Google+ communities and feature it on Photofocus! Then each month well open voting from the community. The top vote getter will win a special

Featured Photo by Michael Pachis

Thanks to our friends at or Google+ communities and feature it on Photofocus! Then each month well open voting from the community. The top vote getter will win a special

Featured Artist: Mircea Bunea

Mircea Bunea won the December Drobo Featured photo contest and we are thrilled to introduce you to more of his creativity behind the camera. Born in 1962, and still living,

Cull: Remove Dupes and Bad Media

Consolidation gathered everything together. Conformation added both order and context while identifying possible duplicates within it. Now, act on this information and begin to cull the repository of duplicate data and media you do not need to process.

Featured Photo by Stephanie Stachowiak

Thanks to our friends at or Google+ communities and feature it on Photofocus! Then each month well open voting from the community. The top vote getter will win a special

Drobo Mini Unboxing and Setup

Join me and explore the Drobo Mini. Learn how to setup the device quickly as well as configure it for expansion and backup. You’ll also see how to use an

Consolidate: Create A Rough Repository

The first step in organizing a new repository is getting the files all in one place. The goal is to clean off all of the various drives on which they are found. In this step, duplicate files and directories will be created.