You have 200 full HD videos and your laptop is already down to its last 10GB of storage and there aren’t any more “unwanted files” that can be deleted to make space for new videos.
A home server can be a useful addition to your modern home. It can be used for backup, shared storage of photos and music, movie server, remote access for archives and so much more. But setting it up is can be daunting if you have not done it before. Have no fear, we will set it up in the exact way you want it.
Our Techie can help you set it up, so you don’t have to worry about getting things to connect and sync up. We will run all the necessary updates and set all the security measures, and make sure each person in the family share exactly what he wants, and still has privacy for his own stuff. We will also set up for any other services you want, including remote access, with all the security measures in place so your data privacy is not compromised. Want something more? You can even have your own movie server and web server at home!
Scope of Service
⊕ Install hard drives into the home server
⊕ Connect and power up your server to your home network
⊕ Set up remote access to your server
⊕ Set up backup folders
⊕ Set up shared folders for music, video and photos
⊕ Set up music and video server
⊕ Set up shared folders for documents
⊕ Set up user accounts for every one in your family
⊕ Set up scheduled backup of your data on another external hard disk, if available.
⊗ All hardware should be provided by you – Network Attached Storage, hard disks, cables, router.
⊗ We require admin access to configure your router – please have your admin password ready. If you are unsure, we can help you by resetting your router (extra charges apply)
⊗ Your server needs to be connected to the router by an Ethernet Cat-6 Cable. Please make sure they are co-located within proximity of each other.
⊗ Remote access may be restricted by your internet service provider. Please check with us if you are unsure.
⊗ Certain services require compatible devices for access. For example, your smart TV may not support access to the movie server.