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- About HSIHome System Integration was born out of the desire to share and learn new ways of connecting the different technologies many of us have throughout the home. From connecting a game console to a surround sound receiver to setting up a streaming media server, there seems to be a multitude of way in accomplishing these tasks. The crew at Home System Integration (HSI), being a group of IT professionals with an affinity for home theater and home technology, thought this would be a great place to share what we know in hopes that the rest of the world will share what they know in return! That idea has evolved into creating something bigger. This isn’t just a website with reviews and articles, this is meant to be interactive! This is about creating a community where no matter what your skill level, no matter how obscure the question, there will be someone here that can answer it! So please, come visit often! Share your opinions, knowledge, and especially your “lessons learned” about how to create something technologically stunning in your homes! Home System Integration Team Member Bio’s Tom Abell (a.k.a. Billy) – Editor in Chief Put simply, Tom loves technology! He’s…
Now that the world things Drive Extender removal killed Vail, it’s time to check out other offerings like the new SageTV HD Theater 300 and Media Center 7 combo.
Just in case you’ve been out of touch for awhile and haven’t heard the latest, last week Microsoft revealed in their Windows Home Server Blog of their intentions of removing Drive Extender functionality from the impending release of Windows Home Server code-named “Vail”. Philip Churchill, …
There are a lot of people very upset with Microsoft today; namely, just about the entire Windows Home Server market! So why the sudden hating on Microsoft? Microsoft today announced in an update on the Windows Home Server Blog that they are pulling the plug …
Tim Daleo over at Using Windows Home Server website has produced yet another well written article covering the Windows Home Server Add-In called “Lights-Out” coming in “Vail” flavor. Actually, as the title indicates, this is more of a Technical Preview because of the detail that Timothy presents in his article.