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  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 QTS 4.2 - Empower Your Business and Home Life

    QNAP QTS 4.2 - Empower Your Business and Home Life
    QTS 4.2 continues the evolution of the NAS user interface with a fresh look and many new features and enhancements, empowering you to achieve more at work and play. As QTS keeps your data secure yet accessible anywhere, you can explore more possibilities by harnessing the power of your data. Discover how QTS has transformed and what it empowers you to do.
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  4. Understanding QNAP Qtier functionality

    Just because we now have Qtier Technology does not mean we should not use our other methods of improving storage speed. With SSD caching you can further enhance the speed of your NAS with Qtier and SSD cache combined. The TVS-ECx80-SAS-RP R2 Range includes two pre-installed 128GB mSATA modules, and there are no limits on using SSDs for caching in conjunction. By installing high-perfomance SSDs, the IOPS performance of storage volumes can be boosted, improving overall workflow of random IOPS for demanding applications suchs as databases and virtualization taks.
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  5. 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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  6. New QNAP 9-Bay multi-drive TS-932X NAS featuring dual SFP+ 10Gbe ports, has arrived

    New QNAP 9-Bay multi-drive TS-932X NAS featuring dual SFP+ 10Gbe ports, has arrived
    QNAP's new TS-932x NAS model appears to clearly depict QNAP’s intention to capture the SMB 10GbE market.
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  7. Synology Flashes the FS1018 12-bay Compact NAS into the Future

    Synology Flashes the FS1018 12-bay Compact NAS into the Future

    Synology Flash Station FS1018 all-SSD Flash NAS with 12-bays, in a compact desktop form factor, powered by an Intel Pentium® D1508 dual-core CPU and 8GB DDR4 EEC memory, expandable up to 32GB. Its powerful and agility makes its suitability to any workgroup that requires high performance with low-latency and populated with 2TB Flash drives for a total of 24tb provides for a decent capacity with I/O three or even four times the speed of spinning drive alternatives.

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  8. What is the true cost of NAS backup?

    What is the true cost of NAS backup?

    Your data is important to protect and having the perfect NAS unit is important. But how much will protecting your data cost you? The real question is, how much is your data worth?

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  9. Synology DS918+ NAS with hot-swap drive bays has arrived

    The successor to the DS916+, the DS918+ sports a new processor - Intel Quad-core J3455 with AES-NI - up to 2.3GHz, 4GB DDR3 - expandable to 8GB, and with a host of other extras which we shall cover shortly. This 4-bay is a serious statement from Synology and will happily compete with the likes of QNAP, Thecus and other NAS vendors to ensure they stay ahead of the storage demands needed for home and small businesses.
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  10. Six New Powerful Seagate IronWolf NAS Configurations

    Six New Powerful Seagate IronWolf NAS Configurations
    We are always looking for new and exciting solutions to help our customers get the most out of their NAS systems. This month, our NAS experts created six powerful configurations with the Seagate Ironwolf NAS drives to help you grow your business.
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