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How do I add more storage to my network?

Running out of storage space? The typical solution is to add a larger or additional (internal or external) drive where needed. Data storage attached directly to the network with the capability for management is a better solution. This is known as Network Attached Storage (NAS).

NAS boxes normally support 1 or more disks. RAIDs (redundant arrays of independant disks).

Adding “incremental” storage increases management complexity, especially the difficulty in managing back-ups Designed to provide fast, scalable and reliable data access Storage topologies offer a variety of optional configurations to meet demanding requirements Delivers the storage needed wherever it is required on the network Provides an easily implemented client back-up protocol, protecting critical data resources

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