NAS

  • What is it?
    Network-Attached Storage (NAS) is a dedicated file storage server connected to a computer network that enables multiple users access to heterogeneous clients to retrieve data from centralized disk capacity. NAS often specialized for serving unstructured data such as audio, video, graphic, and text files.

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