Local Server NAS- store data securely
Create the perfect data Server NASsystem. Combine physical servers with the power of services like Google Drive, iCloud or Dropbox. How do you do that? We offer NAS servers, which are physical units that store data, but can be connected via the Internet.
Why store data on NAS servers when online clouds exist? The main downside of web servers is that all your important files - documents, archive data, database copies, etc. are stored by an external entity. When you run your business, you certainly care about data confidentiality. Cloud servers are usually paid for - the more space you need, the more expensive the subscriptions are. On the other hand, the most acute downside of local servers is the difficulty in accessing data from outside the local network.
By choosing NAS servers available in our offer, you gain the possibility of safe Server NASof sensitive data files with the possibility of comfortable access to them, both from the local network (e.g. in the office) and using the Internet, without the costs associated with storing data in the cloud of an external entity. Thanks to this, each employee of your company will be able to freely access the files they need, not only when working in the office, but also when working remotely. This form of data Server NASis gaining popularity as the labour market opens up to home office mode.
Server NAS - create a functional server
In our shop you will find all the components necessary to create disk arrays to effectively manage your company's data. JBOD technology (Just a Bunch Of Drives) is the simplest way to combine HDDs to create a larger, all-in-one logical storage space. JBOF (Just a Bunch Of Flash) offers the same possibilities as JBOD, but based on flash memory - i.e. SSD drives.
A disk array remains functional if it has free interfaces for connecting additional storage media. Use storage controllers to increase the server's capabilities. They help you protect and access data using RAID technology. You'll find RAID 1 controllers that mirror your data, and multi-port controllers that manage RAID 10 arrays.
Large local storage arrays require adequate power supplies to function properly. We also offer a selection of batteries, which are designed to maintain power supply to the volatile memory in the event of power failure and allow for safe copying of data to non-volatile memory.