What Details and Specifications Do I Need to Take Into Consideration?
In order to store files and data on a device that is accessible to an entire user-network, investing in a network attached storage device (NAS) is a great idea. The main things to consider when buying a NAS device are the type of device desired, the types of connectivity, how many bays needed, the interfaces, the speed of the device's processor, hard drive performance, operating system compatibility, and the features that a device offers.
When purchasing a NAS, there are many options available to consumers. Here is a rundown of the types of NAS devices that are available on today's market.
Desktop NAS Learning Center library