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Compared to a dedicated server, a desktop NAS is a considerably more compact backup solution, especially two-bay and four-bay models like the QNAP TS-453mini and Synology DS414slim on hand today.
The DiskStation DS1515 is aimed at home users as well as small businesses. Out of the box this NAS can handle five 3.5" hard drives, giving it a maximum capacity of 40TB using the latest 8TB drives.
Today Synology is releasing two new NAS devices: The DS1515 is a 5-bay standalone machine, while the RS815 is a 4-bay rack-mountable server, and both machines will offer the DSM 5.1 operating system.
Need more storage orr prefer to run with RAID-6 for extra protection? If so, the Thecus N7710-G might be the device for you. In this review, we'll see how the N7710-G compares to its competitors.
ioSafe claims to make a NAS device that protects your data from fire and water. Not backing down, we try our best to break it. Watch us burn and flood it to see how if your data is as safe as they say
While the UNIX world worked hard to fix the vulnerability in the bash shell, attention is now being turned to embedded-type devices such as routers and personal NAS devices as they run bash too.
QNAP is upping the ante in the storage war by promising not only performance and applications, but also virtualization on their NAS device. Run Windows or Linux on your NAS? We find out how it works.
A variant of the Cryptolocker malware that encrypts all of your files and demands bitcoins to unencrypt them has been found in the wild, attacking Synology NAS devices running DSM version 4.3.
Next in our line of NAS reviews is the Thecus N5550. This five bay NAS also includes features not seen on most devices, including an LCD panel, HDMI output, and audio jacks, but how well does it work?
If you're in the market for a new NAS device for your home, check out what we think of Synology's DS414, a four disk NAS that can store all of your data. How does it stack up to the competition?
Today I take a look at Thecus' latest NAS device designed for home, the N2310. It's a two-drive NAS and has a low price point. Did they cut corners to get the low price or is it a good buy?
The DS2413+ is Synology's newest twelve-bay NAS for small to medium sized businesses who need loads of storage. Along with supporting up to 48TB worth of drives out of the box, the...
Synology announces the DS413, the latest in their line of high quality NAS devices. This box has hardware encryption, consumes only four watts of power in hibernation mode, and supports hot swapping.
Synology is looking to make their great NAS products even better with a free upgrade of DSM that provides more functionality for everything from VMware to streaming movies to video recording.
First seen over a decade ago, 10GbE is not a new technology, but it's been largely reserved for pricey enterprise devices. It's ten times faster than Gigabit Ethernet...
The new Synology DS1512+ 5-bay NAS boasts faster read and write speeds compared to its DS1511+ predecessor and packs an updated dual core 2.13GHz Intel Atom D2700 CPU. Read-on for an in-depth review.
Today we will review the Synology DS212, a two-disk NAS solution for your home or small office. Is it worth your money and how does it stack up to the DS411 we previously reviewed?
We reviewed the Synology DS411 NAS device to see how it stacks up to other offerings. We quickly realized that while NAS is the focus, this appliance offers much more functionality.
The DS2411+ is a business-class NAS well beyond the grasp of the average user, but we're confident those who require such radical storage solutions will find a lot to appreciate in it.
Over the past few years I have taken particular interest in network-attached storage, or NAS for short. As sharing large amounts of data from a standard desktop computer became problematic, the move to NAS just...