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It's easy to expand the storage capability of your Mac by adding a NAS drive. Here we look at five of the best NAS drives for Mac users, and offer our buying advice for Mac owners shopping for a NAS device
There are few things better than a local copy of your data center when the worst happens. Unfortunately, events that destroy your data center also take out your backup system. Most people use tapes stored at an offsite facility or a cloud copy of their data that will not be impacted by a data center disaster. The problem is the distance that makes these copies safe also creates challenges in getting that data back to restore the data center.
NAS vendor ioSafe puts together BDR 515 disk backup hardware using Western Digital drives and StorageCraft SPX software. The product is part of an appliance-based strategy.
ioSafe's disaster-resistant storage devices are unique in the market. Yesterday, they introduced the latest member of their backup and data recovery (BDR) server lineup - the BDR 515. It is a 6-bay x86 NAS running Windows Server 2012 R2.
ioSafe, which you may remember from a delightful prior experiment in which I set one of its storage units on fire has launched a new product. This delightful new device, the BDR 515, is based on a dual core Intel i5 platform with 16GB of RAM and runs a full version of Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard.
A Revolutionary Hybrid Backup and Disaster Recovery Solution Designed to Eliminate Downtime
You know about Time Machine, but there are other ways to back up your Mac. Here's how to pick the best backup method for you.
Need more storage this holiday season? We’ve put together a list of 11 outstanding storage devices from USB flash drives to portable RAID rigs that range from dozens of gigabytes to a terabyte of storage.
There's no doubt that the cloud has become an increasingly relevant option for file storage over the past few years. However, if you don't trust your data in the hands of a third-party service, a Network Attached Storage (NAS) device might be the way to go.
None of the archival experts we spoke with for our story on preserving your images were all that enthusiastic about the cloud as a long-term refuge for your digital negatives. Solid state storage is promising but still far too pricey-per-byte to be a realistic near-term option. That leaves the venerable hard disk drive. We canvassed the field for some high-capacity options with interchangeable disks that can serve as a long-term home for your life's work.
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