Cameron Bishop is an Australian tech writer with a knack for IT and all things tech-related. Outside his IT job, Cameron is active in helping people plan their digital lives and manage their information. Whether it's setting up a NAS for family member photographs, or selecting the best router for someone setting up a coffee shop, he's always ready to offer advice and find a solution to make the IT work for the user, not the other way around.
When Windows Home Server came around, Cameron built a v1 server and was hooked. By the time Windows Home Server 2011 emerged, Cameron was moving up to RAID and experimenting with virtual machines to add more functionality.
He hopes that as long as community-generated guides exist, the art of tinkering will not die out and enthusiastic users will continue to find new and exciting ways to use their technology.