Building a NAS (Network Attached Storage)

A network-attached storage device is a storage device that is connected to a network and allows authorized users to store and retrieve data from a centralized hub. NAS systems are adaptable and scale out, which means you may expand your storage capacity as needed. Having a NAS in the office is similar to having a private cloud. It's quicker, less costly, and gives you total control over all the benefits of a public cloud on your premises.

Centralize Your Information

All of your files will be stored in a centralized repository, with accounts and security preferences for each user.

This means you'll be able to access your data from anywhere, including business documents along with full-length movies.

Own Your Information

The main difference with cloud services is that you own your data and have complete control over it.

A NAS is unquestionably the best option when it comes to security and privacy.


You'll be able to increase your storage capacity effortlessly by swapping out your hard drives.