What is a NAS (Network Attached Storage) Appliance

A NAS, or network-attached storage server, is a device that serves as a central location for data storage on your own network. When looking on your PC it will show up the same as a single drive but with everyone who is connected to the network able to access it. It also will have far more storage than a single drive, up to hundreds of terabytes. A NAS also has the ability to scale out to a larger size when the space has been used. You can link together multiple NAS appliances to a single unit in a cluster, with the ability to achieve petabytes of storage. Network attached storage appliances are great for any business size from the enterprise to the small business to boost productivity and minimize IT overhead.

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