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Operating System Requirements

Windows® 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista® or Windows XP (SP3), Mac® OS® X Mountain Lion™, Lion™, or Snow Leopard®

Supported Browsers

Internet Explorer® 8.0 or higher, Safari® 5.0 or higher, Firefox® 12 or higher, Google Chrome™ 14.0 and later

Other Requirements

DLNA®/UPnP® devices for streaming, Internet connection

Note

Compatibility may vary depending on user's hardware configuration and operating system.

Ports & Connections

USB 2. 0, USB 3.0

NAS Features

DLNA Certified, Remote Access, UPnP, USB Extendable

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Personal Cloud News Center

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  • Crime pays very well: Cryptolocker grosses up to $30 million in ransom The Cryptolocker crew has raked in a reported $30 million in ransom - and seems to be running their illegal data hijacking ring like a legit business.
  • Tech talks to Obama: Lighten up with the NSA President Obama met with top tech executives to discuss issues with the healthcare website but NSA concerns dominated the discussions.
  • Security prediction for 2014: It will get worse Internet security issues in 2013 were bad, but 2014 is forecasted to be much worse.
  • Bots, both good and evil, dominate the Internet 60% of all internet traffic are from bots and half them are out to cause havok.
  • Hackers target banking apps on Apple and Google platforms A new study shows that mobile banking apps are primary targets for hackers.
  • Big tech firms will protect your privacy…if it helps the bottom line Lately, large tech companies have been up in arms against all the NSA spying but only out of fiscal necessity.
  • Are your medical records safe in the cloud? Despite its popularity, there are hidden risks and costs. Many medical companies have started migrating patient records over to cloud servers to save costs but those savings could be negated by security costs and risks.
  • Illegal online marketplace disappears, along with up to $100 million in Bitcoins An epic Bitcoin heist has shut down an illegal online marketplace. Sounds like a movie straight out of Hollywood, but this is all too real.
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  • Encryption and security booming in post-Snowden Internet, but will it help or hinder? Post-Snowden paranoia has opened the door for lots of Internet security solutions - some of which are part of the problem.
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