NAS devices provide scalable private storage where you can effectively increase and decrease the capacity at will.
Without a NAS device you may be susceptible to single point of failure (SPOF) which reduces data reliability and availability.
In addition to efficiently distributing data, NAS devices form part of effective redundancy and recovery systems.
What are NAS Devices?
A Network Attached Storage (NAS) device is a storage device that you connect to a network and allows the centralized backup and retrieval of data to authorized users on that network.
Some problems you can experience if your don'tt take advantage of NAS technologies are:
- Out-of-sync and duplicated data
- Lack of reliability and redundancy
- No centralized backup system or recovery
- Not enough storage capacity to cater for growth
- Data access and security vulnerabilities
On-premise cloud solution
A NAS is effectively a private cloud solution where files and data can be accessed both onsite and remotely in a safe and secure manner.
Core service features
At Your IT Crew we can deliver the following essential NAS solutions:
- NAS setup and maintenance
- Specialization in QNAP and Synology
- RAID configuration for redundant storage
- Remote technical support
- Traffic monitoring and optimization
Benefits of NAS devices
Scalable data storage space solution
Centralization to enhance collaboration
Better data redundancy through distribution
Remote access to files & applications
Improved cyber security & recovery
Easier backup through automation
Seamless combination with cloud platforms
Enhanced reliability & data integrity
Secure storage & file server
At Your IT Crew we have been setting up and managing NAS devices for decades as part of our data backup systems because they are safe, easy to manage and our clients love them.
Call Your IT Crew today to discuss how NAS can enhance your business and promote collaboration.