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When it comes to backing up your data, the hardware you choose is extremely important. While pretty much every big box store now carries some sort of external backup drive, trusting these things to keep your data safe is like playing Russian Roulette with your digital information.
For resellers seeking a disaster-proof NAS solution that's as versatile as it is easy to use, the CRN Test Center recommends the ioSafe 1513+ NAS RAID.
United States Air Force combat correspondent C.C. Muncy reviews the 214 NAS.
ioSafe's 1513+ is the roughest, toughest NAS appliance on the planet. A fine choice for on-site data protection, it's a top performer and with Synology behind the scenes, it isn't short on features either.
Being a professional photographer, I constantly deal with a large flow of photographs that need to be imported, processed and backed up as part of the workflow process. Although I do everything I can to keep several copies of my photo library on different computers and storage devices, it is still a lot of data to keep track of continuously. Every time I revisit my backup strategy and make changes to it, whether by altering the process or introducing new software or hardware, the thought of potentially losing all of my images scares me to death.
Photographer Matt Granger tests the G3.
ioSafe specialises in rugged NAS and the 1513 is the biggest and toughest of them all. It also continues ioSafe's relationship with Synology and - much like the ioSafe 214 was based on the Synology DS214 - this new flagship has a Synology DS1513 at its core.
Many companies are in the business of keeping data safe from digital threats like hackers and viruses, but few focus on the physical dangers of storing it on-site. ioSafe built its brand on so-called "disaster-proof" servers and the latest two-bay 214 model strikes the perfect balance of protection and price.
We all know that the best way to protect data from disaster is to back it up and take the backups off site. And the reason of course is that if your office burns down or floods, the very fragile hard drives holding that data will be destroyed along with everything else.
I've looked at a few NAS units before, but generally low end devices. This unit is far from low end, having both advanced management capabilities and superb physical protection.
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