The Drobo seemed, well, too simple to use to be any good...
That prejudice of mine now sees that simplicity as its main selling point.
Let’s find out why.
DigitalReviews.net have had been lucky enough to have the Synology Diskstation DS916+ on the test bench for quite some time.
The DS916+ is pitched at the professional NAS user segment, with productivity and scalability in mind.
This time around DigitalReviews will focus on the productivity side of DSM.
Nothing much surprises us anymore in that field. Except when QNAP announced its NASbook.
This is a form factor that will attract many new users and one of the reasons for its anticipated success will have nothing to do with QNAP but the type of SSDs used in this unit.
We elected to equip them with 4 M2 SSDs from ADATA, a great combination.
Let’s see what this is all about.
So obviously, we chose to focus on the DS716+II as a remote photo back-up device.
Read on for our long distance review.
We reviewed many a server rack over the years, from very small ones to a Godzilla-sized one. In researching and reviewing these enclosures we’ve come to appreciate why any growing business would want to have one.
Today we will look at a medium sized server rack and explain some of the considerations that go into selecting the right one for your business.
A Network Attached Storage system is a jack of all trades, a Swiss Army knife of interconnected computing, based on a bunch of drives that play nice with just about any computing platform.
That is my definition anyways...
But a NAS as a karaoke machine is a bit different. Mind you, it is just another app that will run nicely on this particular QNAP model in addition to the host of other standard NAS applications.
So QNAP has done something different to make this machine really sing and dance.
Let’s have a look and listen.