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Steve Ankney
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Anyone have a suggestion for a quality UPS? Trying to get stuff well protected at home.
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It almost sounds like a RAID 10 config just with smart processing and data arranging and the ability to have completely different drives and no needing to start over when swapping a drive. I like it.
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About to buy a Drobo; anyone have any suggestions? 
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So, I run my Time Capsule for both computers in the house for basic data back-up and for restoration. Then I will utilize my Drobo for everything that I need backed up and safe. 
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