Buying Guide: Network Attached Storage (NAS)

PC Magazine: Buying Guide – Network Attached Storage (NAS)

Everyone in your office needs more storage. Network attached storage (NAS) – a hard drive or array of hard drives that attaches directly to the network and is accessible by all on it – may be the solution. PC magazine offers a primer on buying NAS.

“Vendors have responded to the surging storage needs of consumers and small businesses with network attached storage (NAS) devices that have increasingly sophisticated features and massive data capacity. The question is, which to buy?

For instance, Pogoplug, HP MediaSmart Server EX487, Linksys by Cisco Media Hub NMH 405, and Western Digital WD ShareSpace are all terrific choices that received high scores of 4.5 when tested by PCMag Labs. But their prices range from $129 to $799, with a vast range of features. Shopping for the best one for your needs isn’t always easy.”

Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing Staff
Small Business Computing addresses the technology needs of small businesses, which are defined as businesses with fewer than 500 employees and/or less than $7 million in annual sales.

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