What is a NAS Drive?
NAS (Network Attached Storage) are hard disks connected to your home or work computer network and unlike USB or Thunderbolt external hard drives, do not have be connected to your Mac or PC directly. NAS hard drives are normally connected to a network switch or router and can be seen by all Mcs and PCs connected to the network. The additional benefit is that you can configure them to be accessible as cloud storage. This means you can access all your data from any location which has a fast internet connection. It can work as if you have your own Dropbox provided you have a fast and solid internet connection at home or in your office.
What does NAS Drive Look Like?
NAS drive normally consist of one or several hard drives in a small or large box with different sizes. Most of them however are configured as NAS RAID to either increase the size, tolerance or speed of the NAS drive. Major manufacturers of NAS drives include QNAP, EMC Lenovo, Iomega, Netgear, Lacie, Synology, Buffalo and Seagate.
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