What is Network Attached Storage (NAS)?

A network attached storage (NAS) is similar to having an on-prem cloud. It’s not large like a public cloud but it is often best-suited for small-to-medium enterprises, as opposed to a Storage Area Network, since NAS does not interfere with network systems when files are shared as it is file-based. Network attached storage often has speed issues when there is an increase of network traffic, which is why large enterprises are most likely to use a different data storage solution.


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Operational Recovery Replication vs. CDP (Continuous Data Protection)

Both operational recovery replication and CDP serve a similar purpose, but they achieve their goals very differently. Read more…

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Veeam Backup and Replication Version 11 Release: So Many New Features, Where do We Start?

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