NETWORK ATTACHED STORAGE (NAS)
NAS storage clusters facilitate effective resource management, easy configuration, lightning-fast access, and failure-free administration.
Network-attached storage (NAS) is a type of dedicated file storage device that provides local-area network (LAN) nodes with file-based shared storage through a standard Ethernet connection.
An important benefit of NAS is its ability to provide multiple users on the network with access to the same files. When storage capacity is required, NAS applications can simply be clustered together to provide both vertical scalability or horizontal scalability.
What are the benefits of Network Attached Storage (NAS)?
Since NAS systems can store, manage and access content remotely from all your devices – NAS is a secure cloud for your data and is the best solution for users who are looking for:
- Affordable large storage capacity
- Easy set up and configuration using a standard Ethernet connection
- Remote access and streaming of all your content
- File sharing across multiple devices
- Backing up multiple computers within your network automatically
- Hard-drive RAID redundancy to protect your data
- Easy set-up of user permissions, folder privileges and controlled access to documents
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