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You may not need everything mentioned, though it is hoped that this will help you arrive at a decision about the right NAS for your organization.
The storage strategy for your organization is dictated by many factors: the nature of the documents and files you need to store, the file usage patterns required to support your business operations, the scope and scale of your business and your infrastructure, and of course, your IT budget. The budgetary factor encompasses not only equipment costs, but also maintenance and management costs. You need to ensure that your business has access to the documents they need when they need them in a way that is flexible, scalable and straightforward to operate and manage.
With the growth of Web, cloud, and data-intensive applications, companies are increasingly challenged to find better ways to scale and manage their storage environments without disrupting business operations or adding costly IT staff.
The Associated Press is supporting the data demands of its high-definition video production and archive workflows with a new storage system.
Netgear's latest NAS system provides four bays for up to 4TB of easy-to-access storage.
WD returns to the small-business NAS market with a 4-bay box that merits a look if you're considering a new network-attached storage system.
Building your own NAS is a great way to safeguard and share your data, without breaking the bank.
IBM Random Access Compression Engine operates in real time without performance degradation.