Network Attached Storage


NAS Hard Drive Storage

Network-attached storage (NAS) is data storage or a data storage device, such as a hard drive or RAID array, connected to a computer network, providing data access to different network clients. When you have a few computers working in tandem, it's essential that they have access to the same collaborative tools and files necessary to get projects completed. An enterprise-level solution like NAS gives all these machines access to the same documents whenever they need, so long as they can access the network.

Wired or wireless options are possible with network attached storage. Wi-Fi capable, internet-ready and able to house a few disks worth of data (which you'll likely have to buy separately), these can be isolated from the online world if you so choose, or made accessible if you see fit.


Flexibility & Scalability


Fit for personal or small business use, network attached hard drive storage is flexible, scalable and ready for whatever in-house storage and devices you can throw at it. With Western Digital and Seagate leaders in innovation and NAS technologies today.