Network attached storage solutions should not need any introduction. Many folks are using them to access their files over a network. Setting such a system up is very easy with the right tools. Here are 5 NAS solutions you don’t want to miss:
Drobo 5N: Drobo storage solutions have been around for quite some time. This one accepts 5 hard drives. 1 Gigabit Ethernet port is included too. Drobo’s BeyondRAID offers thin provisioning, instant expansion, mixed drive size utilization, automatic protection levels, dual disk redundancy, virtual hot spare, data aware and drive reordering.
Connected Data 1TB Transporter Social Storage Drive: supports any 2.5 inch SATA HDD. The day is always protected and backed up. You get access to the data on the Internet with encrypted transfers.
Seagate Business Storage 4-Bay Network Attached Storage: can accept 4 hard drives. It works with business storage drives. It has a web interface where clients and coworkers can securely download and upload large files.
Seagate Central 2 TB Shared Storage Ethernet External Hard Drive: this is compatible with Macs and PCs. Lets you back up your photos and videos conveniently. Just connect it to your Wi-Fi router to automatically back up multiple PC and Mac computers.
Thecus N5550 Atom D2550 5Bay NAS: has a ATOM D2550 chip inside with 2 GB RAM and USB 3.0 capability. It has 5 drive bays and offers HDMI connection.
These NAS solutions are not perfect but make file sharing across your network easy. They are not cheap though.