What is NAS
Network-attached storage (NAS) devices store and share data for multiple computers, that can be accessed remotely.
Each of these issues contributes to lack of efficiency and potential loss of income if customers must wait for a data outage to be corrected. Additionally, when it comes to data storage, small businesses find themselves faced with other storage-related needs such as:
NAS systems are rapidly becoming popular with enterprise and small businesses in many industries as an effective, scalable, low-cost storage solution. IronWolf Pro hard drives are designed for NAS systems.
A NAS system is a storage device connected to a network that allows storage and retrieval of data from a centralized location for authorized network users and heterogeneous clients. NAS systems are flexible and scale-out, meaning that as you need additional storage, you can add on to what you have. NAS is like having a private cloud in the office. It’s faster, less expensive and provides all the benefits of a public cloud on site, giving you complete control.
NAS systems are perfect for SMBs.
With a NAS system, data is continually accessible, making it easy for employees to collaborate, respond to customers in a timely fashion, and promptly follow up on sales or other issues because information is in one place. Because NAS is like a private cloud, data may be accessed remotely using a network connection, meaning employees can work anywhere, anytime.
Scattered storage arrangements will not work for SMBs.
Built for network attached storage servers, Seagate IronWolf Pro drives are the best choice for NAS applications and are developed in close coordination with leading NAS partners such as Synology, QNAP, Netgear, Drobo, and others to provide the best experience possible.
IronWolf Pro drives have the following features:
NAS is growing in popularity. And with good reason. NAS servers allow access to company data 24×7, and using the right hard drive will provide the best experience possible. IronWolf Pro-equipped NAS servers can help provide tremendous competitive advantages, increase levels of customer service, and extend the collaborative reach across any project, at any company. In many cases, the only limit to the usefulness of having a NAS solution in your business is in the unfortunate case you don’t have one at all!