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The Dallas Morning News: A storage solution that can take serious abuse
March 2014

So the ioSafe 214 is really the best way I have found to protect your data. I believe they've pretty much thought of everything - fire, flood, theft, disk failure and even data recovery. If I had a small business, I'd buy one (or more) of these tomorrow.

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Lawyerist
March 2014

After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, in which dozens upon dozens of lawyers suffered everything from damage to their building to a total loss of their practice, David F. Bienvenu, a New Orleans lawyer and chair of the ABA Special Committee on Disaster Response and Preparedness wrote in the ABA Journal that lawyers have "a responsibility to our clients to make sure we're adequately prepared to address possible emergencies."

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BCW: ioSafe 214 Review
March 2014

A big drawback to saving all your data on a shared storage appliance is that it becomes a single point of failure, vulnerable to fire, flood and theft. The ioSafe 214, minimises that risk by putting an otherwise standard Network Attached Storage (NAS) appliance inside a fireproof and waterproof casing, resistant to temperatures of over 840 degrees Celsius and immersion in fresh or salt water to a depth of 10 feet for up to 72 hours.

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TUAW: ioSafe 214 NAS - Keeping data safe from fire, water, and drive failures
February 2014

ioSafe has been around for a while, making mass storage devices that can survive fires and floods -- you know, the things that do happen to people and destroy their usual inexpensive backup hard drives. Lately ioSafe has teamed with Synology to add that company's DiskStation Manager (DSM) to a pair of network-attached storage (NAS) products that can withstand catastrophes, and today I'm looking at the ioSafe 214 NAS, a dual-drive disaster-proof solution.

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Larry Jordan: Product review: ioSafe 214
January 2014

The ioSafe 214 is like a black box recorder on an aircraft — if disaster strikes, this unit helps guarantee to get your data back. Designed to protect your data in fires of up to 1500 degrees for 30 minutes, or submerged in water up to 10 feet deep for three days, think of this as the "What's the worst that could happen?" box.

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Trusted Reviews: ioSafe 214 NAS review
January 2014

The ioSafe 214 is the latest two bay 'disaster proof' NAS, and a successor to the ioSafe N2. ioSafe focuses on rugged data storage products and - though well established in the US - the nine year-old California company is only now bringing its NAS boxes to Europe.

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Digital Photo Buzz: Sharing images with the ioSafe 214 storage NAS device
January 2014

We reviewed the ioSafe 214 storage NAS device a few weeks ago and today wanted to touch upon one of the really cool features with the device, sharing files. This "drive" is really much more than a normal hard drive and can be used in many ways like your own FTP server and as a local file sharing tool. Many times after a shoot is all wrapped up you need to get the final images over to your client. Burning and packaging a CD is becoming a thing of the past and can take up a lot of time. You can use the ioSafe 214 in a few ways to share your work to your clients.

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The Register: Keeping warm in winter the el Reg way - setting a NAS box ON FIRE
December 2013

Hardware reviews are typically boring, tedious affairs with a fairly predictable outcome: someone sends you a minor iteration of a product and you verify that it behaves as expected. Every now and again, however, someone makes a claim so outrageous that you simply must test whether or not it's true. Such is the case with the ioSafe 214.

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Productivityist: Review - The ioSafe NAS
November 2013

My Drobo is on its last legs. I loved it, but it's become frustrating to use (it's a first-generation model, so it's not exactly its fault). So I needed to look into a new storage solution that would sport some (or all) of the following:

  • RAID-type storage so that all of my important data is protected very well.

  • Allow me to connect with as many of the devices in my house as possible, including peripherals.

  • Work for Time Machine backups.

  • Be able to expand in capacity should the need arise.

  • The ioSafe NAS has all of those...and more.

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Digital Photo Buzz: Review of the ioSafe 214 storage NAS device
November 2013

Storage and backup are so importnat to us as digital artists today. We spend so much time and put a ton of passion into our work as photographers that having a solid backup system is key. A little while back ioSafe released a product that really peaked my interest, the 214 NAS storage system (formerly called the N2).

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The Register: Ahhh, SATISFACTION: Watch while we set a NAS on FIRE
October 2013

A vendor has made the silly mistake of claiming its kit is fireproof, prompting a certain El Reg hack to ponder where he'd left his matches...

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TWiT: ioSafe NAS
October 2013

The ioSafe NAS is reviewed on TWiT network's Before You Buy show.

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New York Times: The ioSafe NAS Is a Disaster-Resistant Backup Drive
October 2013

The simple argument for cloud backup services is that if your house burns down, all your physical backup drives burn with it. The argument against cloud backup services is that they are expensive and slow - it can take days to upload the contents of a modest computer. The ioSafe NAS backup drive aims to provide more speed and lower cost than cloud services, while being just as disaster-proof. And to a degree, it succeeds.

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Mac Performance Guide: ioSafe NAS Review
September 2013

The ioSafe NAS is a dual-drive network-attached storage (NAS) device that plugs into the ethernet network and offers an extensive array of file sharing and related features and services, while being fireproof and waterproof.

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Expert Reviews: ioSafe NAS
September 2013

This fire and waterproof NAS enclosure provides ultimate peace of mind for your most business-critical files.

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Tekzilla: Disaster-Proof Your Data
September 2013

We test out the ioSafe NAS - a fireproof, waterproof Synology server. Can it stand up to being completely submerged in water?

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Macdrifter: ioSafe NAS Review
August 2013

It's not just a good backup device, it's a peace of mind that's hard to replicate with off-the-shelf hardware.

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We Got Served: ioSafe NAS
August 2013

We Got Served score the ioSafe NAS 4.5/5.

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Digital Photography School: ioSafe NAS - Your own Private Muscly Cloud
August 2012

Having (had!) an IT background and experiencing first hand a number of times people losing their data - sometimes LOTS of data - and being completely overwhelmed at the thought of not knowing what they had saved somewhere else and what was "gone forever*" I wanted to make sure that wasn't the case for me.

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Good Gear Guide: ioSafe NAS
August 2013

If you're storing your backups locally, though, the issue arises of you losing both your data and your backup in the case of a disaster - whether it's a house or business fire, a flood, or other unforeseen circumstance. ioSafe's NAS neatly side-steps that issue by being simply too sturdy to be affected.

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Good Gear Guide: ioSafe NAS (preview)
July 2013

If you run a small business, or if you've got a cache of valuable files sitting on your computer, or even if you've got a sentimental photo collection that's getting big, backing up your data is practically mandatory. It's not a particularly fun or simple process, though, and if you're storing your backups on-site, there's a chance they could be destroyed with the rest of your assets in case of fire, flood, or cyclone. ioSafe's NAS takes care of that last worry, storing all your sensitive data in an entirely disaster-proof setup.

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