If your business has a volume of files that multiple people need access to, storing that in a shared database is ideal for efficiency. When looking for a storage server you’ve probably seen a NAS listed a time or two.
You may be wondering. What is a NAS and why do I need one? A NAS or Network Attached Storage device is a file server that delivers files from a shared database to users connected over a network. This provides an easy way for multiple users within an organization to share and access files.
Some common use cases for a NAS are organizations that need to collaborate using files on a regular basis. These can include:
- Video production teams
- Marketing Agencies
- Corporate Teams
Implementing a NAS system can create efficiency within an organization. This is due to the shared network a NAS enables. Users can quickly search and access the files they need, when they need them.