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NAS (Network-Attached Storage)

Network-attached storage refers to a storage device that is accessed through and connected to a network. It is often compared to cloud storage, because they both provide access to data remotely, but they are different. One of the biggest differences between the two is that with cloud storage, another party is responsible for the security of your data, while you are responsible for your data with a NAS.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About NAS (Network-Attached Storage)

SMBs that need to store large amounts of data but do not want to use a cloud storage system may find a NAS device beneficial.

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