Networked-attached storage (NAS) remains a sound strategy for delivering applications and shared storage, especially for enterprises that seek to avoid the costs and complexities of storage-area networks (SANs).
Suppose you run a media production company that generates large multimedia data files. Your data trove grows daily, demanding very scalable storage. What are your options? A storage area network (SAN) is one, but you don’t want the costs and complexities of building and owning a SAN. Moreover, you don’t need hundreds of users to access the […]
If you plan on investing time and money into developing a video editing career, or if your business requires a lot of video editing, choosing the correct video storage server is essential to your success. But when outfitting your employees with the right software is complicated enough, how do you go about finding the correct […]
Network Attached Storage (NAS) is a file-level computer data storage system which connects to a computer network and then provides data access. NAS can enable simpler and lower cost systems such as load-balancing and fault-tolerant email and web server systems by providing storage services. NAS vs. Traditional File Servers NAS offers a number of benefits […]
They’ve both become commonly used storage solutions for businesses of all sizes; and while NAS (Network Attached Storage) sales have exploded over the past couple of years, JBOD (Just a Bunch of Drives) still adequately meets many storage demands depending on business needs. A company’s value of storage capabilities, speed, redundancy, cost effectiveness, and more […]
Cloud storage is making its way to everyone who uses the internet. This backup storage utilizes the most modern means of storing your files. This type of cloud storage is accessed through a web-based interface wherein you can readily access your files anytime, anywhere. Storage virtualization can be both an advantage and disadvantage. When you […]