Posts Tagged ‘NAS’
With a dual-core processor and four drive bays, has Synology come up with the perfect upgrade for those who have outgrown dual-bay NAS boxes?
Is Synology’s latest-generation two-bay Linux-powered NAS worth the upgrade for owners of previous models?
GlusterFS is used in environments where high performance, redundancy and reliability are of a premium. The best part is that it’s exceedingly easy to use
A Mini ITX case with room for full grown components, the Node 304 has plenty of possible uses. Does it excel in any of them?
FreeNAS is a popular FreeBSD-based operating system for network-attached storage (NAS). Thanks to the easy-to-use web interface, you don’t have to know anything about the FreeBSD base under the hood to share your files…
The Pogoplug is a Linux-based network file-sharing device that allows secure access to share, upload, download and manage files from within a web browser. Kenneth Hess shares his thoughts…
A network drive serves two main purposes. One, it is a place to store your files – plain and simple. When you are maxed out on space on your PC, a network drive affords the extensive storage required for advanced computing work, media files and backups. The second main purpose: enhancing your digital life. More than just a network drive, the Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive – which is about the size of a male hand and styled with an unassuming black enclosure – provides a wealth of powerful and unusual digital media features, many of which work quite well with Linux computers.
Massive storage usually equates to a massive footprint on your desk or place of work. The Western Digital ShareSpace is, for its 8TB storage allocation, relatively compact – about the size of a toaster and much smaller than a desktop-size server…