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NAS box

A network attached storage device. See NAS and box.
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However, a NAS box my itself isn't the answer to your data-loss nightmare.
According to Tuhy, current two-drive NAS boxes start at $299 and a four drive configuration sells for $500 and up.
Due to the NAS box being attached over the network media, large numbers of users are able to access the same storage device.
A NAS head or gateway is simply a NAS box without any disks, i.e.
This ensures that we will be able to manage all of our file-serving applications on one NAS box for years, and thus continue to reap administrative benefits such as one-stop backup.
Furthermore, in a NAS system, server and storage capacity scale in lockstep; in other words, when you purchase a NAS box to increase your storage, you get only the additional server capacity you need.
If you have built a NAS box and stored all your photos, movies, TV shows and family videos, then the performance of the device is primarily based on your router.
It installs with a single click, deploys like a NAS box, facilitates better data protection and supports a lot more apps than just file sharing, when used with MeghaWare CloudTop.
Microsoft Corp has scored its highest profile storage partner with the announcement that EMC Corp is to develop a mid-range NAS box powered by Windows.
Do you want an unnecessary phone upgrade or would you rather buy all of these - a decent pair of earphones, an expensive power bank, a much needed hard drive or NAS box, a printer, a wearable, some cool cases, a funky laptop bag.