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A NAS is an extremely handy thing to have around the house. Today we've posted three recommendations for you - take a look below.

Also today we've looked at passwords and how safe they are. It's an useful read that applies to everyone.

Plus: discounts on popular games, why we think Acronis is still a good backup choice, a mini USB key with a difference and news on our forums.

William Maher
PC & Tech Authority


How secure are passwords? FEATURES
How secure are passwords?
By Davey Winder | Mar 30, 2012
Davey Winder reveals how hackers smash strong passwords - and how to keep yours as secure as possible
A tiny microSD USB key NEWS
A tiny microSD USB key
By Paul Ockenden | Mar 30, 2012
Mini USB drives like these are handy because they're less prone to getting knocked around. This one is a bit different.
For the toolbox: ISOBuster 3.0, for data rescue NEWS
For the toolbox: ISOBuster 3.0, for data rescue
By Nick Peers | Mar 30, 2012
It never hurts to have a toolbox of utilities for data recovery and the new version of ISOBuster specialises in optical discs
'Tis the week to buy cheap games in Australia NEWS
'Tis the week to buy cheap games in Australia
By Nathan Lawrence | Mar 29, 2012
If you've been waiting to burn your games budget, now is the time.
Announcement: Comments and forum NEWS
Announcement: Comments and forum
By William Maher | Mar 27, 2012
We're moving to a new comments system called Disqus. Here's what the new features will include and what it will mean for the site.
Product Brief: QNAP TS-119 II REVIEWS
Product Brief: QNAP TS-119 II
By Nic Healey | Mar 30, 2012
If you are looking for a small NAS with powerful features, the QNAP TS-119 II is a great option and well worth the price.
Reviewed: Acronis True Image Home 2012 REVIEWS
Reviewed: Acronis True Image Home 2012
By David Bayon | Mar 30, 2012
Acronis True Image Home 2012 remains a very good backup suite. Read our review of the new version, which includes greatly improved NAS support.
Reviewed: Personal Cloud Drives REVIEWS
Reviewed: Personal Cloud Drives
By John Gillooly | Mar 30, 2012
These web-connected external drives from Western Digital and Buffalo don't need networking skills to set them up.
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