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NAS - Network Attached Storage. What is it?
Network-attached storage or NAS devices are devices connected to a computer network that allows data storage and retrieval from a central location. Network-attached storage or NAS devices are flexible and scale well, meaning as and when you need additional storage, you can add what you need. It’s like having a private cloud in your office. It’s faster, less expensive and gives you complete control.
Why do you need network-attached storage? Businesses today are receiving, creating and storing more data than ever before, and access to and the security of that data is vital for the well being of the company.
As the amount of data grows, so does the amount of storage required to house it. Small businesses find themselves faced with several issues, such as:
- Lower Cost Storage Options
- Ease of Operation
- Ease of Backup
- Growth Capacity
Network Attached Storage (NAS) systems are a perfect fit for SME’s
- They are simple to operate
- Lower cost
- Easy to backup
- Client Operating System agnostic
Network-attached storage removes the need for file serving servers on the network, cutting hardware and licencing costs, and providing faster data transfer and access.
A business can ensure that its systems and networks reflect its needs by working with a business IT support provider like us. Our design and implementation services can provide you with the right solution and ensure that you have the required security and backup policies in place to ensure your data is safe.
Total peace of mind can be provided with ongoing support and maintenance allowing you to do what you do best – growing your business.