Network Attached Storage

Network attached storage (NAS) is a class of dedicated hard disk-based storage devices. Rather than storing data on disks within a server, a NAS device provides users with additional disk storage available to LAN users through a standard network connection. NAS devices can also be included as part of a SAN. Network-attached storage devices also offer several important advantages. This AIOG will help you explore the features of network-attached storage, the elements of NAS management and a guide to buying NAS components.