Network Attached Storage, or NAS systems, are an efficient and secure way to store data. They are standalone storage systems that can be connected to a network, allowing users to easily access files from any device. In this post, we’ll cover the basics of NAS systems and their features.
A NAS system is essentially a dedicated file server that connects to your local area network (LAN). It allows you to store large amounts of data in one centralized location and access it from any device connected to the LAN. This makes it easy for multiple users on the same network to share files without having to constantly move them back and forth between devices.