15 Reasons to use Backup NAS vs Generic NAS

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Network Attached Storage (NAS) boxes are very common to add shared storage to a small business network infrastructure. While providing an inexpensive and convenient way to store extra data, there are some common pitfalls to avoid if you choose to use conventional NAS drives or appliances for your backup. Highly Reliable Systems makes specialized backup NAS appliances and Directly Attached Storage (DAS) devices. Each has a place. In this overview we outline Pros and Cons of conventional NAS, NAS for backup, and DAS.

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Largest Hard Drive 20TB?

Could we see the largest hard drive be 20TB  by 2020?  Right now, we have the RAIDPac, which can be 8TB when set in RAID5 mode and 12TB in RAID0 mode, but of course we’re cheating a bit when we call that the world’s largest removable storage because each RAIDPac actually has three 4TB drives…

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ChannelPro Reseller Promotion

Highly Reliable Systems is the leader in network and direct connected removable disk backup.  Become a reseller and get special ChannelPro pricing for 1 year, along with a great one time dealer demo price. Use Promo code “ChannelPro” by Sept 20th and get:  1) Automatic upgrade to Silver pricing level for 1 year (20% discount typical…

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Removable iSCSI for Backup

Perhaps one of the more confusing terms in networking is iSCSI (pronounced eye-SKUZ-ee). The acronym iSCSI is for Internet Small Computer System Interface.  Most people think of SCSI as a type of hard drive, or a physical interface for a particular type of hard drive. This leads to confusion because iSCSI isn’t a physical interface.  iSCSI…

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