Monthly Archives: September 2010
As technology becomes cheaper, faster and more accessible, our appetite for data is growing at an incredible rate. In order to maintain control over this fast-growing data, we have to become smarter about how we store and manage unstructured information.
One of the best methods for handling this growth is through storage consolidation.
In a typical modern family, you might have 3 or 4 computers. Each machine has its own hard drive, full of precious memories, files and information. If one of these computers should ever crash, it would be a tragic event for the entire family.
Of course, manually backing up 4 machines on a daily basis isn’t practical. That’s why computer families are now turning to Network Attached Storage (NAS) boxes for their home data management.