Network Attached Storage Solutions


Data has always faced two problems: how to protect it and how to store it. Technology has advanced so that there are several affordable and easy to implement solutions to both storing data and sharing data.

The two most common ways to share storage are:

An iSCSI device is accessed through the network. Data on an iSCSI  device can only be read by the computer that stored it, making it hard to share data.

A Network Attached Storage (NAS) device stores files that any system can read,  which makes it easy to share information over the network. There are several NAS solutions that include built-in RAID protection as well. For this reason NAS systems are very popular. Some NAS systems are designed to easily integrate with popular public cloud services, making it simple to protect critical business information, while offering access to the data locally and on-the-go.

Learn more about our Network Attached Storage Systems.