Brothers in Tech

Brothers in Tech: Topics Revisited

Although it is quite rare for them to ever admit they were wrong or had changed their mind on something…for their 21st episode, the Brothers decided to revisit some of their earlier topics to see if they still stand by their earlier thoughts

Brothers in Tech: Back-Up – Deep Dive #3: Network Attached Storage

Looking for a complete backup and storage solution for the home? A NAS system may be exactly what you need. Although it seems like only one of them was really prepared for this final deep dive of the backup series, the Brothers discuss the ins and outs of a NAS system.

Brothers in Tech: Back-Up – Deep Dive #2: Online Cloud Backup

Although we don’t want you to have your head in the clouds…it may be a nice place to back-up your data. In the second deep-dive episode regarding data backup, the Brothers discuss the options for creating and maintaining an online backup, including: Functionality, Speed, and Price.

Back-Up – Deep Dive #1: Local Backup Options

So, we have convinced you that however boring it might be (unless you are Alan), you need to have a solid backup strategy. What are the software options for making this happen? In the first deep-dive episode regarding data backup, the Brothers discuss the options for creating and maintaining a local backup

Brothers in Tech: Back Up

Well, now that you have taken the advice from our previous episodes and are working towards “going paperless”…you are going to have a lot of important digital information you need to protect. How can you assure you don’t lose that data? In this episode, the Brothers start a new topic by discussing the ins and outs of data back-up, including:

Why should you back-up?
What data should you be backing up?
Theory of back-up
Types of back-up
In addition, the “BiTS” (Brothers in Tech Suggestions):

Brian’s Pick = Google Photos: A great (free) way of automatically backing up the photos from your device (phone, tablet) and being able to creatively search them.
Alan’s Pick = iCloud Drive: Paid service for Mac users that can automatically back-up/store data for multiple users in your household.
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Brothers in Tech: The Internet in Your Home – Deep Dive #2: Internet Tips & Tricks

Having some issues with your home internet? Speeds not up to the level that you are paying for? In the final episode of our Internet topic, the Brothers provide some of their favorite tips and tricks for troubleshooting and enhancing your network. Tune in and see how “the student has now become the teacher”…

In addition, the “BiTS” (Brothers in Tech Suggestions):

Brian’s Pick = Mesh Routers: Both brothers strongly recommend a mesh router for your next network upgrade.
Alan’s Pick = Activity Monitor: Applications that are not only helpful for determining what applications are running on your computer but also what applications might be sucking up your bandwidth.
Have any feedback for the Brothers regarding this topic (or future topics)? Email info@themesh.tv.

The Internet in Your Home – Deep Dive #1: WiFi

Working from home can certainly emphasize the importance of a strong wi-fi network. In the first deep-dive into the world of home internet, the Brothers discuss the basics that you need to know in order to create and get the most out of a wireless network

Brothers in Tech: The Internet in Your Home

As many of us transition to working from home, internet access is a premium. In the main episode of their fourth topic, the Brothers discuss provide an overview of internet service, including types, costs, speeds, and most importantly…what is needed to stream from Netflix.

Brothers in Tech: Going Paperless – Deep Dive #3: Workflow Ideas

In the final deep-dive of the “going paperless” topic, the Brothers some workflow options for scanning, storing and organizing your digital information.

Brothers in Tech: Going Paperless – Deep Dive #2: Converting Paper Documents

In the second deep-dive of our “going paperless” topic, the Brothers discuss converting current paper documents to digital format