Blogs

  1. The Case for Using NAS Servers in Law Offices

    The legal profession is bound to the noble tradition of mahogany office suites and classical courtrooms. After years of clinging to the well-managed and easily accessible paper records, the need for physical space and quick access has become a real estate issue. Firms need to invest in nearby facilities that will provide enough room for file storage combined with the flexibility to adapt to emerging needs. This is particularly challenging for law offices in premium-rent districts where additional space is challenging to find.

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  2. Securing and Storing Dental Patient Data

    Safely and effectively storing patient data is one of the most important duties of a contemporary medical practitioner. More and more hospitals, dental practices, and medical clinics are using Electronic Health Records (EHRs) as their primary method of storage for patient data, and being ahead of the curve in the field of ethical and effective data storage can help you assure your patients that their data is being stored securely.

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  3. QNAP TS-1277-1700-64G

    Qnap's TS-1277-1700 is not only the first NAS to be integrated with AMD's Ryzen CPU, but the first to also support an AMD Radeon or NVIDIA graphic cards for graphics output, transcoding and GPU pass-through for virtual machines – that is impressive. The X77 series consist of various CPU and Bay options with the TS-1277-1700-64G being the flagship of the lot. A combination of various processor and drive bays makes this a bit of a wild NAS, as an example the 12-bay NAS has hot-swappable eight LFF and four SFF bays.

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  4. QNAP TS-1677X-1700-64G

    QNAP's TS-1677X series are most certainly one of the finest 12+4 hybrid bay desktop NASes we have sold and supported. Its not often one has the chance to say it's a NAS that has it all and more, resembling a fine tuned building block that has a great foundation and just continue to expand as and when the need arises.
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  5. QNAP TS-EC1280U-E3-4GE-R2

    The QNAP TS-EC1280U-E3-4GE-R2 is a 12-bay rackmount enterprise NAS manufactured with the Intel Xeon E3-1245 v3 3.4 GHz Quad-core Processor, E3-1246 v3 3.5 GHz Quad-core Processor and supports up to 32GB DDR3 ECC RAM. Build in 10GbE optimized performance and storage solutions for HD video editing and distribution, two internal cache ports providing dual 128GB mSATA expandable to 256GB. Scalable storage to 840TB raw capacity. Virtualization-ready, centralized data storage, backup, sharing and disaster recovery. Ideally suited for virtualization applications, and many practical business functions, making it the ideal choice for SMBs to secure important business data, as well as an excellent central repository for critical files.
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  6. QNAP ES1640dc v2 Dual Controller Active-Active Server

    The QNAP ES1640dc v2 is powered by dual intel® Xeon® E5-2400 v2 processors and features a dual active-active controller to enable continuity for businesses with zero downtime by implementing High Availability (HA) in cases of single controller failure. Reliability and uptime is essential for critical business applications, and the ES1640dc ver2 is well equipped to deliver.

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  7. QNAP TS-963X Cost-effective quad-core AMD NAS with 10GBASE-T inclusive

    QNAP TS-963X Cost-effective quad-core AMD NAS with 10GBASE-T inclusive
    The end is nigh for the 5-bay NAS as the 9-bay QNAP TS-963X multimedia NAS with 10GbE connectivity with hybrid storage structure is ideally suited for small business and organizations wanting to increase data access efficiency, network transmission speed and to meet demands of mission-critical tasks.
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